Sandboxie 3.39.02 BETA released!

Discussion in 'sandboxing & virtualization' started by ssj100, Jul 26, 2009.

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  1. jmonge

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    system wide protection is very important;)
     
  2. jmonge

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    exactly as for me dont like antivirus and at the end i need them to scan files anyway:D
     
  3. TonyW

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    It wasn't so much about scanning the sandboxes, but about running known detected executables in Sandboxie and not getting alerts from Prevx. However, since making those posts things seem to have corrected themselves somehow as I report here. I am assuming this is how it should work. Not sure why it didn't before though.
     
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    seems the strongest setup that combine SB+VM and add to it linux now.... i am not sure something can break it in 20 years to come lol , nice finding :)
     
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  6. Einsturzende

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    uh, sorry for bothering you but where did you found changes info? Is it your personal guess contest, you testing app so changes are visible to you or somewhere are actually written list of changes and I cant find it... :doubt:
    EDIT: I found some of them "immunity to kill3f and kill5" at "Sandboxie LEAKED! System COMPROMISED!" thread at SBIE forum...
     
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  7. Einsturzende

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    I understood :oops:, thank you
    already discovered some of them
     
  8. Zyrtec

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    Hello everybody,

    Just a quick question, OFF-TOPIC:

    Are the majority of SBIE users running Windows XP on any of its variants [Home, MCE or Pro] by chance?

    Just curious...

    Thank you

    Carlos
     
  9. Einsturzende

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    running it on Vista ultimate, XP Pro and in Vmware win7 RTM ultimate (SBIE latest beta) all 32 bits and everywhere running fine :D
     
  10. nick s

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    Avoid installing 3.39.18 if running Vista SP2 or Windows 7 RTM: Beta 3.39.18 SbieCtrl crash. XP SP3 and Windows 2000 are unaffected.
     
  11. jmonge

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    cool:thumb:
     
  12. bonedriven

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    Confirmed.

    So I should install,say,3.39.17?
     
  13. 1boss1

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    I've uninstalled it completely, 3.19 has gotten worse for me.
     
  14. majoMo

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    Instead the oldest 3.19 you can use the latest stable version 3.38. Or the Beta v. 3.39 that has gotten far better for me.
     
  15. bonedriven

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    Hi majomo,

    So you are not running Vista sp2 or Win 7 RTM?
     
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    Yeah i've read around and the 3.38 has some bypasses/vulnerabilities and the 3.39.x IMHO has taken a backwards step for me so i've uninstalled it.

    I guess i will look at it again a year down the track or whenever 3.4 is released.
     
  17. majoMo

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    Hi bonedriven,
    No I'm not running Vista sp2 or Win 7 RTM. Still with Win XP SP2. :D

    If you are using Vista sp2 or Win 7 RTM you can wait v. 3.39.19. Like tzuk said: "The bug is silly, and harmless. Will be fixed in version 3.39.19."
     
  18. arran

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    I already have The Sandboxie.ini file locked by MD's file and folder rules :D
     
  19. demoneye

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    file protected in here using LUA hehe
     
  20. majoMo

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    Version 3.39.19 BETA released.

    Vista SP2 / Windows 7 RTM issue figured out.
     
  21. jmonge

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    does this version has password protection?thanks
     
  22. majoMo

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    Yes it has. ;)
     
  23. jmonge

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    cool;) thanks
     
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