Sandboxie 3.42 Released

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  1. prius04

    prius04 Registered Member

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    Released December 1, 2009.


    Changes to Sandboxie since version 3.40:

    * Improved support for Windows 7 and Windows Media Player 12.

    * Support for environment variables changed within the sandbox.

    * New settings page: Sandbox Settings > Restrictions > Hardware Access.

    * New settings page: Sandbox Settings > Applications > Web Browser > Google Chrome.

    * Improved support for installation and use of WinSxS assemblies in the sandbox.

    * Improved compatibility with third-party security software: Online Armor, a2 Anti Malware, Comodo Verification Engine, Norton Internet Security, Panda Internet Security, Trusteer Rapport.

    * Improved compatibility with other third-party software: Pdf995, SPAMfighter, Acer GridVista, NEO Pro, Evernote 3.5, JAWS 11, LastPass, gMote.


    http://www.sandboxie.com/index.php?DownloadSandboxie
     
  2. cet

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    I just bought sandboxie and trying to find the sandboxie learning thread which was written by Ssj100 but I can not find it.Can someone please put the link for me.
     
  3. TheKid7

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    I got to say sandboxie has come a long way and progressed a lot since it first came out.
     
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    Thank you
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  7. Threedog

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    And no doubt it will progress even more. Tzuk likes to make his baby shine.
     
  8. yeuxbleus

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    ..and he does a good job at it because shine, it does. :thumb:
     
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    Sure, Tzuk is a expert at security, & a superb programmer -- BUT (if he wishes to be immortalized along with the *truly great*) ...can he wiggle his ears? :cautious:
     
  10. wat0114

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    More like, can he support x64? Certainly not now nor in the immediate future by the looks of things, and no matter how much he sparkles and shines now, the gleam will eventually wear off as more people migrate to x64, unless he can find an uncompromisng way that meets his lofty standards to make his product work in it. With the MS chastity belt firmly girding the kernel in x64, it will be a challenge.
     
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