Sandboxie 51% off on January 15!

Discussion in 'sandboxing & virtualization' started by Fuzzfas, Jan 8, 2009.

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  1. jpcummins

    jpcummins Registered Member

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    I have the free version, 3.34, I assume by purchasing the "for life license" all I will need to do is to register? At least that is what I believe I will need to do. If I am incorrect I would appreciate knowing. As always all replies will be appreciated and I will thank you in advance.

    John
     
  2. firzen771

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    yep, just click Help, then click register sandboxie then type in ur code.
     
  3. Dark Shadow

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    O ya have not thought of that.Err fastest typer wins,that means I loose.LOL
     
  4. Dark Shadow

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    Well I splurged today because i just bought Defensewall today now await sandboxie.
     
  5. LoneWolf

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    Bought both myself a while back and have no regrets about either one.
    DW and SB are excellent by themselfs or run together. :thumb:
     
  6. Dark Shadow

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    I agree and I am considering dropping Zemana although everything is getting along seems a overkill now.
     
  7. twl845

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    Maybe I should get up at 2AM and do it. :D
     
  8. n8chavez

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    Done!!! Although, my discount was 50% not %51. Damnit I wanted my change!!! Sandboxie is indespensable. Everyone should a copy.
     
  9. Dark Shadow

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    Got my Boxie license,Ah No more nag screen and forced folders ya.1 Happy camper here.
     
  10. innerpeace

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    Ditto. I'm a happy camper now :D

    I might even do a "happy dance" :argh:

    On a serious note, I do hope that this helps Sandboxie gain more recognition for Tzuk and for sandbox programs in general.
     
  11. Dark Shadow

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    I hope so as well this is truly a great program that deserves recongnition.
     
  12. Page42

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    Can any Sandboxie users confirm or refute this comment on the BitsduJour site?

    "Steve Clark Says:
    Pretty good program overall. The only thing I don't like about it is when my browsers are sandboxed it takes them forever to startup. Hopefuly that will get improved in one of the next releases."
     
  13. jmonge

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    what steve says is not true at leat here:D is fast
     
  14. Montecristo

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    Not true for me. Sandboxie adds maybe 3 seconds on browser start-up.
    Of course, every system is different. Try it and see for yourself if you like it.
     
  15. Fuzzfas

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    Got it! Just 13,09 euros (VAT incl.)! WHAT A BARGAIN!!! :D Bye bye nag screen! Hello advanced settings! :D


    Steve should check his PC for crap that needs cleaning.

    P.S.: Note to Opera users. In my case, pressing "Buy now" at BitsDuJour was redirecting me to Avangate, where nothing though happened because i was told that my shopping cart was empty and i couldn't buy Sandboxie. Use IE instead if you encounter the same problem.
     
  16. innerpeace

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    I just checked my startup times and without OA free running (disabled in system tray) and with a clean sandbox, FF starts in 3 sec. OA adds about 10 sec. for some unknown reason...

    I'm running XP home SP3 with Q6600 (quad core) @ 3.0GHz with 4GB of RAM and Avira.

    Edit: Just to add to what Fuzzfas wrote, I was able to make the purchase with Firefox although I disabled NoScript and ABP to ensure a smooth transfer.
     
  17. Page42

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    Sandboxie is pretty easy to turn off and on, if you don't want to use it all the time, isn't it?
     
  18. innerpeace

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    What exactly do you mean? With Sandboxie, you either run a program in it or not. I use a shortcut to start Firefox or Winamp or my IM sandboxed. You can also start a program sandboxed by right-clicking it if you chose that option in Sandboxies options. There is also an option to run Sandboxie Control when Windows starts which can be turned off or set to only run when running a sandboxed program.

    sbiestart.JPG

    Edit: I'm not sure if this helps, but I have both my normal Firefox and a Sandboxie Firefox icons on my desktop. I can choose how I want to run it for updates and extension updates. In the paid version, there is a Forced Program feature that I assume forces a certain program to only run sandboxed. That is one of the things I have to look into.
     
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  19. Creer

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    Wow it is indeed really good deal on SbIE, i still thinking about buying this product. To the daily use i'm using DefenseWall and i have instaled free version of SbIE, sometimes i run smth into the sandbox but really not often...hummm
     
  20. Fuzzfas

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    Think again! Lifetime license valid for all PCs that you own for just 13 euros! :argh:
     
  21. Page42

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    Yes, that's what I meant. Thanks for the info and the screenie, innerpeace. :)
     
  22. Saraceno

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    Good stuff. No more nag screen.
     
  23. lost24

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    I got it too, for 13 euros :D
    By the way, I never know whether I should add anything to the closedfilepath section.
     
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  24. vijayind

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    Bought my copy too. It was just a great bargain ....
    Now back to prayers/requests to Tzuk for making a Vista-64 or Win7 version ... :)
     
  25. Ilya Rabinovich

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    Send you prays and requests to Microsoft to remove their useless PatchGuard technology. This will helps much greater.
     
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