New Sandboxie beta (Latest Version: 3.31.02)

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  1. pidbo

    pidbo Registered Member

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    New Sandboxie beta (Latest Version: 3.31.02)


    "Fixes / Changes:

    o The Programs Alerts feature stopped working in version 3.30, now working again in version 3.31.

    o Sandboxie Control no longer has to be "Run as administrator" in the cases where this used to be required.

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    Compatibility with Third Party Software:

    o The default Resource Access exclusion for KeyScramber has been revised.

    o Norton Internet Security 2009 toolbar should work fine inside a sandboxed Internet Explorer."
     
  2. Franklin

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    Thanks Pidbo.:)
     
  3. Einsturzende

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    OOB support for Google Chrome would be nice...
     
  4. EASTER

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    Tzuk cranks these new versions out faster then i can keep up with them. How is the syntax with this one? Same? Changed?

    This app just don't quit, excellent security containment creation. Seal 'em in the box and let 'em roll. LoL

    EASTER
     
  5. rolarocka

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    U forgot this too:
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    New Features:

    o Leader Programs. In a way, it is the opposite of lingering programs. When all "leader" programs have ended in a sandbox, everything else terminates as well. See Sandbox Settings -> Program Stop, or Program Settings Page 1.

    o New sandbox restrictions: Internet Access and Start/Run Access. See Sandbox Settings -> Restrictions, or Program Settings Page 2.

    Other than the obvious improvement of not having to manage <ProcessGroups> manually in the Ini file, there are two more benefits:

    * You can ask to be notified by message (SBIE1307 and SBIE130:cool: when a program is restricted.

    * You don't have the burden of having to specify SandboxieRpcss and friends. Programs in the Sandboxie installation folder are immune to Start/Run restrictions.
     
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