Released Sandboxie Plus (Sbie fork) Versions with Signed Driver

Discussion in 'Sandboxie (SBIE Open Source) Plus & Classic' started by DavidXanatos, Dec 7, 2020.

  1. FredB

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    Thanks.
    Shutdown and restarted and now seems OK.
    Curious??
     
  2. Harper

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    Hello;
    Is it enough to use the browser with 'Run Sandboxed' or do I have to setup it completely inside the sandboxie? I hadn't thought of running the browser in sandboxie before so I don't know if this question makes sense, sorry for that.
    Thanks.
     
  3. stapp

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    Yes you can select 'run sandboxed' when using any browser. You do not have to install the browser inside Sandboxie.

    If you use Sandboxie Classic then when it installs, it put an icon called 'Sandboxed Web Browser' on your desktop of your default browser all ready to run Sandboxed with a double click.
     
  4. Harper

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    Thank you very much for the answer. :)
     
  5. Dirk41

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    Hello I use SBIE classic (full updated) and I found that ublock origin does not work properly with it. I mean ublock origin does not block as many ads as without SBIE (firefox).
    Is there any known issue?

    Are there the same problems with SBIE plus?

    windows 10 pro 20H2

    thank you
     
  6. Dirk41

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    yes, same problem with plus version
     
  7. stapp

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  9. DavidXanatos

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    Well 0.9.7 was a pre release and I'm loking if 0.9.8 is sufficiently bug free before I push it to the auto update.
     
  10. feerf56

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    No problem with 0.9.8
     
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    I'm back to 5.51.6 (x64 classic) as 5.53.1 (x64 classic) is causing unsolvable problems with pinned programs in the taskbar (Windows 7 x64).

    Example with Winamp:
    Start with 5.53.1 does not use the Winamp icon pinned to the taskbar after Winamp starts (has its own sandbox), but always starts a new one, so there are then unnecessarily two in the taskbar, which is too small for me anyway.

    Example Internet Explorer:
    There it is practically the other way around, because even if I start it in another sandbox or outside the sandbox, the pinned IE icon for a certain sandbox is always activated in the taskbar, although no forced program start or program folder is created for it. It is also no longer possible to pin a second icon for IE in another sandbox to the taskbar.

    With 5.51.6 the above mentioned problems do not exist.

    Sandboxie_5.53.1_issues.jpg
     
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  12. DavidXanatos

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    This is due to a change in the last build which howe ever will be rolled back in 0.9.8c so there that should work fine again
     
  13. 100

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    Ok, thank you, David!
    Edit: I can confirm that with 5.53.2 the behavior of the taskbar is back to that of 5.51.6. :thumb:
     
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