Sandboxie Acquired by Invincea

Discussion in 'sandboxing & virtualization' started by ad18, Dec 16, 2013.

  1. wat0114

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    Once again it comes down to one's perspective on how these types of exploits can be avoided. From the links provided in post #5949, this new Angler exploit kit re-directs the victim to a malicious site, then scans for and attempts to exploit outdated and vulnerable Flash, Adobe, Java and Silverlight plug-ins.

    From my humble perspective I would simply rely on using a browser script control extension to avoid the malicious site re-direct, and keep all my browser plug-ins updated, and especially avoid Flash.
     
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  2. Rasheed187

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    I believe you're missing the point. I completely agree that the chance you will get infected by some in-memory browser exploit is very small. Especially if you're using ad-blockers + anti-executable software. Most of these attacks will still try to download and run some file from disk, or they will try to use one of the LOLBins. I guess pulling off a complete in-memory attack is simply way too hard. Plus, if the user exits the exploited app, the infection is gone.

    But the point that I was trying to make is that SRP and whitelisting won't help in certain cases. Like I already said, you can also get lured to a website, and adblockers won't help then. And don't forget that the browser itself can also be targeted, it's not just browser plugins. See the link that I posted about the "Coinbase" attack on Firefox, where two browser exploits were used to get remote code execution plus a browser sandbox bypass. So these guys didn't even need a Windows zero day exploit.
     
  3. Rasheed187

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    I have stopped following VS since the developer left this forum, and I always found it to be more complex than EXE Radar. About HMPA, its main objectives is to block exploits and ransomware, I believe that is clearly stated on the website. The reason why I chose not to use tools like HMPA and MBAE is because I'm afraid they will at some point start to conflict with Sandboxie, since they are both "hooking" the browser. And like I said, the chances of ever getting infected with in-memory malware is extremely small.
     
  4. GrDukeMalden

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    First, Voodoo is very good at blocking all forms of malware. Except for the kind of malware that HMPA is specifically meant to stop. It's also good at stopping DLL injections and every kind of fileless malware that uses code inside of one application to command a windows system file or any other application you've added to the vulnerable apps list. like conhost, net, reg and all the others. You can also tell Voodoo to never allow by a parent process, thereby eliminating the need to add to the list of default vulnerable apps. Adding even the free version of voodoo to a system with sandboxie is an unbeatable combination.

    To the possible issue of conflicts with Sandboxie. There's a setting you can add to the configuration file that makes HMPA work with sandboxie. And since the two products are owned by the same parent company, sophos, the two products work just fine with each other as long as the entry for HMPA is added to the global rules.

    I can't get any of NoVirusThanks' products to run smoothly on my PC. Every time I open one of their UIs I get errors over and over.

    If what you have works, like...REALLY works and doesn't JUST run smoothly. Then why change your setup?
     
  5. Brummelchen

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    angler (the article is from 2014, is retired 2016) has already been replaced with two and more sequels - [...], neutrino, empire then nebula. dont mind on him.
    reason not to care for people using this by purpose. and ofc a vulnerable browser needed.
    but the major problem is that all EK are tested against all current antvirus programs and a re no-detectable this way. and Antiexploit tools may (!) ask after learning period but EK are clever.

    not note that malware.dontneedcoffee is not up to date and no longer relevant. you need to follow external content.
     
  6. Rasheed187

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    Yes exactly, I'm sure VS is pretty good, but I never really liked it. If in-memory malware was a huge problem then I would be using HMPA or MBAE, but luckily it isn't. Most of these attacks are still file based and they often use LOLBins. I know that HMPA should be compatible with SBIE, but this may always change after updates, I've seen it myself. Anti-executable + sandbox is good enough protection for me.

    I can see that you still don't get it. It's not about the Angler exploit-kit! What I was trying to explain to wat0114, is that it was only an example of how in-memory malware can bypass SRP. Yes, just like most exploit-kits, Angler was using malvertising and tried to exploit browser plugins, but that's not the only way you can get infected via browser exploits, is it? Have you ever heard of social engineering?
     
  7. Rasheed187

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    Just for informational purposes, here are some links about the "Coinbase" attack which used a couple of Firefox zero days. And no, they didn't use in-memory malware, but they could have if they wanted to.

    And no, Sandboxie isn't the only protection tool which could have mitigated this attack. And yes, an adblocker or scriptblocker might have helped, but that's not the point. The hackers could have also asked for users to disable those extensions.

    https://blog.coinbase.com/responding-to-firefox-0-days-in-the-wild-d9c85a57f15b
    https://www.technologyreview.com/s/...oinbase-was-scary-good-even-though-it-failed/
    https://www.zdnet.com/article/firef...ack-against-coinbase-employees-not-its-users/
     
  8. wat0114

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    @Rasheed187

    thank you for those links. They're interesting, but far from mind blowing. Three things I, personally, get from them:

    1. if the email recipient hovers their pointer over the sender's email address, they'll see it's not from Gregory Harris

    2. No one should frivolously be clicking on email links.

    3. there are many ways of dealing with software potentially vulnerable to zero day attacks, several of which you and others have discussed. My way is non-mainstream, to say the least, so it's not really worth mentioning here, but it's effective.

    Actually, your way is also non-mainstream too. Mainstream is antivirus :rolleyes:
     
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  9. Rasheed187

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    I never said it was mind blowing. In fact, most of these attacks can be stopped with current security tools. But there is a difference between us over here on WSF and 95% of the rest of the world. They would likely fall for this stuff. And yes, people shouldn't be clicking on email links. But it's easier said than done, especially if social engineering plays a role. Remember, these guys were being tricked.

    But this is yet another reason why Sandboxie is so cool. With some extra configuration, you can use it as a process execution blocker, this way people can still normally install software, without having to disable SRP or whitelisting, and browser exploits are blocked and contained inside the sandbox. You could even block file access to protect against data-stealing trojans that run in-memory. So Sandboxie is actually more than simply containment.
     
  10. GrDukeMalden

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    I have a whole bunch of global rules protecting critical stuff on my system in sandboxie. I also have blocked access rules for my sandboxes.
     
  11. Brummelchen

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    if your security rely on sandboxie, just do it. for real it would fail on any way. sandboxie is hicing, not more. hmpa is part of concept, but not more. basic and good security is delivered with windows.
     
  12. zmechys

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    I'd like to run Cliqz browser with Sandboxie. It does not work the regular way.
    Need some help.
     
  13. syrinx

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    Rename the cliqz.exe to firefox.exe. Re-Create/Update shortcuts. Done. ^^

    P.S. Remember to redo the rename after an update!
    Optionally you may want to open a request with sophos so that they *might* consider adding cliqz.exe as a firefox based browser internally to automatically apply the same rules but I wouldn't hold your breath.
     
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  14. Rasheed187

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    Did you install it inside the sandbox? Sometimes it won't work, then you would need to install it outside the sandbox (if you trust it), and then you can force it to run sandboxed. Go to Sandbox Settings --> Program Start --> Forced Folders or Forced Programs. That should work normally speaking.
     
  15. Rasheed187

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    What are you babbling? No BS please, keep it to yourself. Thanks in advance.
     
  16. Rasheed187

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    The only problem is that to me the file protection part is not that userfriendly. You can't exclude folders and there is no way to quickly disable it if you need access to certain files.

    But the thing that makes SBIE so cool besides the ability to block exploits, is app virtualization. I can run or even install apps without having to worry they might pollute my system. I currently run Opera, Brave, Edge, Firefox and Chrome all sandboxed. And when I want to get rid of them I only have to clean the sandbox, no need to uninstall. After all these years I still think this is awesome. :thumb:
     
  17. zmechys

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    Thank you.
     
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    How do you get Edge working with Sandboxie?
     
  19. Rasheed187

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    I downloaded one of the first beta versions, and I was able to install it inside the sandbox. I can't tell you if the newest version will also work, I haven tried it yet. It depends on if Sandboxie supports it. Often, portable versions work just fine. I use portable versions of Firefox and Brave. I was able to install Vivaldi, Opera, Chrome (old version) and Edge inside the sandbox.
     
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    sbie is not capable of running edge or any other win app under virtualization. but you can run edge chromium under supervision of sbie. but, with every new update, you might run into issues with it.
     
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  21. Azure Phoenix

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    The reason for this is most likely that Edge runs as appcontainer. While Chromium Edge still hasn't enabled appcontainer by default.

    As was mentioned before sandboxie is not compatible with appcontainer.
     
  22. imdb

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    yes, that is the reason.
     
  23. GrDukeMalden

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    Sorry, I'm having trouble figuring out what you're trying to say. Are you saying sandboxie is good or bad? what does "hicing" mean?

    As for the argument that all you need is the security built into windows. Well, Windows defender has a good database, but as soon as it encounters a threat it can't identify on the spot, it can't protect you from it.
     
  24. GrDukeMalden

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    Not all of my sandboxes have rules to protect my personal files. Just the ones where I use my I.M. clients and web browsers and such. But all of those sandboxes have admin rights auto-denied.

    And yes, Sandboxie is more than just security, you can use it as a tool to contain any changes made by software while you're using it and then with two clicks, you can wipe out those changes in a few seconds.
     
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  25. syrinx

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    I won't argue on that front, MUCH.

    There certainly isn't an EASY way...but there are ways...

    Sandboxie allows you to create ClosedFilePath=
    rules with exclusions (!)
    these exclusions can be created via ProcessGroup=<GroupName>,1.exe,2.exe
    etc but obviously, like all the other things in SBIE require that you restart the program in the box.

    In fact I made heavy use of such group rules in my ini back in the day....and they were mostly in the global (aka generic) template as it happens ^^

    Here is a heavily redacted and likely nearly pointless ini from way back when I still used sandboxie that I will instead now use to reinforce my point:

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    [Template_BPAmSI]

    InjectDll=C:\Program Files\zSecurity\Sandboxie\Addons\BPA_NoSysInfoProt\sbiextra.dll
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    ClosedKeyPath=HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\*\services\diskpt
    ClosedKeyPath=HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\*\services\mountmgr
    ClosedKeyPath=HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\*\services\PROC*
    ClosedKeyPath=HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\*\services\Ras*
    ClosedKeyPath=HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\*\services\RTL*
    ClosedKeyPath=HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\*\services\Term*
    ClosedKeyPath=HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\*\services\uwf*
    ClosedKeyPath=HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\*\services\vhd*
    ClosedKeyPath=HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\*\services\VM*
    ClosedKeyPath=HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\*\services\vol*
    ClosedKeyPath=HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\*\services\vstor2*
    ClosedKeyPath=HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\WPA
    ClosedKeyPath=HKEY_USERS\z
    ConfigLevel=7
    DropAdminRights=y
    LingerProcess=dllhost.exe
    LingerProcess=rundll32.exe
    NeverDelete=n
    NotifyStartRunAccessDenied=n
    NotifyInternetAccessDenied=n
    OpenProtectedStorage=n
    ProcessGroup=<Downloads>,<Adobe>,<Browsers>,<Office>
    ProcessGroup=<ExcludeCodec>,<TeamViewer>
    ProcessGroup=<ExcludeLogon>,<NothingYet>
    ProcessGroup=<ExcludeVDrive>,<SBIE>,<Downloads>,<NetFlix>,<Office>,<Origin>,<Steam>
    ProcessGroup=<ExcludeWDrive>,<Media>
    ProcessGroup=<ExcludeXDrive>,<Media>
    ProcessGroup=<ExcludePipe>,<MC>,<Origin>,<Steam>
    ProcessGroup=<SBIE>,SandboxieCrypto.exe,SandboxieDcomLaunch.exe,SandboxieRpcSs.exe,Start.exe
    ProcessGroup=<StartRunAccess>,dllhost.exe,rundll32.exe
    ReadFilePath=!<ExcludeWindows>,C:\Windows
    ReadFilePath=*\Microsoft\Windows\Explorer
    ReadFilePath=C:\Program Files*\zSecurity
    TemplateReject=WindowsFontCache
    Tmpl.Class=Security
    Tmpl.Title=Generic Restrictions
    WriteKeyPath=*\Control Panel\International*
    WriteKeyPath=*\SOFTWARE\*CurrentVersion\Uninstall*
    WriteKeyPath=*\SOFTWARE\*Policies*

    [Template_IP6]

    ClosedFilePath=*\Windows\*\dhcpcsvc6.dll
    ClosedFilePath=*\Windows\*\ras*.dll
    ClosedFilePath=*\Windows\*\wlan*.dll
    ClosedFilePath=*\Windows\*\wship6.dll
    ClosedIpcPath=\RPC Control\dhcpcsvc6
    Tmpl.Class=Security
    Tmpl.Title=IP6, RAS and WLan

    [Template_WindowsMedia]

    ClosedFilePath=!<ExcludeCodec>,*\Windows\*\WindowsCodec*.dll
    ClosedFilePath=!<ExcludeCodec>,*\Windows\*\WMA*.dll
    ClosedFilePath=!<ExcludeCodec>,*\Windows\*\WMC*.dll
    ClosedFilePath=!<ExcludeCodec>,*\Windows\*\WMD*.dll
    ClosedFilePath=!<ExcludeCodec>,*\Windows\*\WMP*.dll
    ClosedFilePath=!<ExcludeCodec>,*\Windows\*\WMS*.dll
    ClosedFilePath=!<ExcludeCodec>,*\Windows\*\WMV*.dll
    Tmpl.Class=Security

    [UserSettings_Portable]

    SbieCtrl_ActiveView=40021
    SbieCtrl_AddContextMenu=y
    SbieCtrl_AddDesktopIcon=n
    SbieCtrl_AddQuickLaunchIcon=n
    SbieCtrl_AddSendToMenu=n
    SbieCtrl_AlwayOnTop=n
    SbieCtrl_AutoApplySettings=y
    SbieCtrl_AutoRunSoftCompat=n
    SbieCtrl_EditConfNotify=n
    SbieCtrl_EnableAutoStart=y
    SbieCtrl_EnableLogonStart=n
    SbieCtrl_HideWindowNotify=n
    SbieCtrl_NextUpdateCheck=1511831252
    SbieCtrl_ProcessViewColumnWidths=184,70,154
    SbieCtrl_ReloadConfNotify=n
    SbieCtrl_SettingChangeNotify=n
    SbieCtrl_ShouldDeleteNotify=n
    SbieCtrl_ShowWelcome=n
    SbieCtrl_TerminateNotify=n
    SbieCtrl_TerminateWarn=n
    SbieCtrl_UpdateCheckNotify=n
    SbieCtrl_UserName=Portable
    SbieCtrl_WindowCoords=1157,93,442,775
    SbieCtrl_HideMessage=2314,gldriverquery.exe
    SbieCtrl_HideMessage=2314,7zFM.exe
    SbieCtrl_HideMessage=2314,adobe_licutil.exe
    SbieCtrl_BoxExpandedView=,

    [Adobe]

    AutoDelete=n
    BlockPort=*
    ClosedFilePath=InternetAccessDevices
    ClosedIpcPath=!<StartRunAccess>,*
    Enabled=y
    ForceFolder=S:\Appz\Adobe\Photoshop
    ForceProcess=Photoshop.exe
    LeaderProcess=Photoshop.exe
    NeverDelete=y
    OpenFilePath=Photoshop.exe,V:\Downloads
    ProcessGroup=<Adobe>,adobe_licutil.exe,PDapp.exe,Photoshop.exe,sniffer_gpu.exe
    ProcessGroup=<StartRunAccess>,<Adobe>
    Template=BPA

    [Browser]

    BlockPort=*,80,443,8443
    BorderColor=#00FFFF,ttl
    ClosedFilePath=!<InternetAccess>,InternetAccessDevices
    ClosedIpcPath=!<StartRunAccess>,*
    ClosedIpcPath=*\KnownDlls\*wininet.dll
    Enabled=y
    LeaderProcess=firefox.exe
    ForceFolder=S:\Appz\zNet\MyBrowser
    ForceProcess=firefox.exe
    OpenFilePath=firefox.exe,V:\Downloads
    OpenFilePath=firefox.exe,S:\Data\Browser\Profile
    ProcessGroup=<Browsers>,firefox.exe
    ProcessGroup=<InternetAccess>,firefox.exe
    ProcessGroup=<StartRunAccess>,<Browsers>
    Template=AKL
    Template=BPA
    Template=IP6

    [Gamez]

    AutoDelete=n
    BlockPort=*
    ClosedFilePath=!<InternetAccess>,InternetAccessDevices
    Enabled=y
    ForceFolder=W:\Ent\zGames
    NeverDelete=y
    OpenPipePath=!<Fix2205>,W:\Ent\zGames
    ProcessGroup=<ExcludeCodec>,*
    ProcessGroup=<Gamez>,*
    ProcessGroup=<ExcludePipe>,*
    ProcessGroup=<ExcludeWDrive>,*
    ProcessGroup=<ExcludeWindows>,Riven.exe
    ProcessGroup=<Fix2205>,hl2.exe
    ProcessGroup=<InternetAccess>,FEAR.exe,hl2.exe
    ProcessGroup=<Steam>,BorderlandsPreSequel.exe
    Template=BPA

    [MediaPlayer]

    BlockPort=*
    BoxNameTitle=n
    ClosedFilePath=InternetAccessDevices
    ClosedFilePath=*:\Person*
    ClosedIpcPath=!<StartRunAccess>,*
    ClosedIpcPath=X:\Y
    Enabled=y
    LeaderProcess=mpc-hc64.exe
    OpenFilePath=<Media>,X:\Ent\zMusic\zPlaylists\*.mpcpl
    ProcessGroup=<Media>,mpc-hc64.exe,explorer.exe
    ProcessGroup=<MPC>,<Media>
    ProcessGroup=<StartRunAccess>,<Media>
    Template=IP6

    [Office]

    BlockPort=*
    ClosedFilePath=InternetAccessDevices
    ClosedIpcPath=!<StartRunAccess>,*
    Enabled=y
    ForceFolder=S:\Appz\FoxitPhantom
    ForceProcess=<Office>
    OpenFilePath=<Office>,V:\Downloads
    ProcessGroup=<Office>,hh.exe,Foxit PhantomPDF.exe
    ProcessGroup=<StartRunAccess>,<Office>
    Template=IP6
    Template=BPA

    [Origin]

    AutoDelete=n
    BlockPort=*,80,443,1900,3216,3659,5222,9999,10051,10073,17400-17600,42230
    ClosedFilePath=!<InternetAccess>,InternetAccessDevices
    ClosedFilePath=S:\Appz
    ClosedFilePath=*\Origin\SelfUpdate
    ClosedFilePath=W:\
    ClosedIpcPath=!<StartRunAccess>,*
    Enabled=y
    ForceFolder=V:\Origin
    ForceProcess=<Origin>
    LeaderProcess=Origin.exe
    NeverDelete=y
    OpenFilePath=<Origin>,V:\Origin
    ProcessGroup=<Origin>,ActivationUI.exe,DragonAgeInquisition.exe,GetGameToken32.exe,GetGameToken64.exe,igoproxy.exe,igoproxy64.exe,Origin.exe,OriginThinSetupInternal.exe,OriginWebHelperService.exe,QtWebEngineProcess.exe,UpdateTool.exe
    ProcessGroup=<InternetAccess>,<Origin>
    ProcessGroup=<StartRunAccess>,<Origin>
    Template=AKL
    Template=BPAmSI

    [Steam]

    AutoDelete=n
    BlockPort=*,80,443,3478,4379,4380,27000-27030
    Enabled=y
    ForceFolder=G:\Steam
    ForceProcess=Steam.exe
    ClosedFilePath=!<InternetAccess>,InternetAccessDevices
    ClosedFilePath=S:\Appz
    ClosedIpcPath=!<StartRunAccess>,*
    LeaderProcess=Steam.exe
    NeverDelete=y
    OpenFilePath=<Steam>,V:\Steam
    ProcessGroup=<InternetAccess>,<Steam>
    ProcessGroup=<StartRunAccess>,<Steam>
    ProcessGroup=<Steam>,GameOverlayUI.exe,Forced.exe,Grim Dawn.exe,Launcher.exe,portal2.exe,SaintsRowIV.exe,ShadowOfMordor.exe,Steam.exe,steamwebhelper.exe
    Template=AKL
    Template=BPA

    [TeamViewer]

    AutoDelete=n
    BlockPort=*,443,5353,5938
    ClosedFilePath=!<InternetAccess>,InternetAccessDevices
    ClosedIpcPath=!<StartRunAccess>,*
    Enabled=y
    ForceFolder=S:\Appz\zNet\TeamViewer
    ForceProcess=TeamViewer.exe
    NeverDelete=y
    ProcessGroup=<InternetAccess>,TeamViewer.exe
    ProcessGroup=<StartRunAccess>,<TeamViewer>
    ProcessGroup=<TeamViewer>,TeamViewer.exe,TeamViewer_Desktop.exe,TeamViewer_Note.exe,TeamViewer_Service.exe,tv_w32.exe,tv_x64.exe
    Template=BPA

    Granted, trying to pull that off with just the user interface would be laughable if not near impossible...but, SBIE can handle it even if the GUI can't...
     
    Last edited: Dec 29, 2019
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