Spyshelter broke sandboxie even with sandboxie excluded

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by tempnexus, May 28, 2011.

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  1. tempnexus

    tempnexus Registered Member

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    Ok so I have sandboxie premium and upon everyone's rave reviews of spyshelter I decided to invest in that also. Now upon installation of Spyshelter my sandboxie gives me this error:
    SBIE1116 Driver failed to register process notification routine [C000009A / 22]
    SBIE1103 Sandboxie driver (SbieDrv) version 3.54 failed to start
    SBIE9153 Cannot start driver (SbieDrv)
    SBIE1102 Sandboxie driver (SbieDrv) unloading
    SBIE1116 Driver failed to register process notification routine [C000009A / 22]
    SBIE1103 Sandboxie driver (SbieDrv) version 3.54 failed to start
    SBIE9153 Cannot start driver (SbieDrv)
    SBIE1102 Sandboxie driver (SbieDrv) unloading


    I have added the whole ProgramFiles/Sandboxie folder to Spyshelter Whitelist and it still does not help.
    I value sandboxie over spyshelter so I feel so far that the money was wasted.


    It's a win7 64bit system.
     
  2. blasev

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    I can't help much , just sharing my own experience

    I've use both multiple times, but never having conflict.
    And I don't exclude sbxie from ss

    Hmm did u use spyshelter beta?
    Last one I tried is beta 3, and all work just fine
     
  3. aladdin

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    Too many low level drivers. What other security programs you are running?
     
  4. tempnexus

    tempnexus Registered Member

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    Hmm that might be the case.
    I have OA++ Trial
    Mamutu
    Zemana AntiKeylogger
    NOd32 v5 (HIPS disabled)
    Spyshelter

    It's a 64bit system.
     
  5. moontan

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    way too many kernel hoggers there m8. ;)
     
  6. tempnexus

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    Which one should I get rid off?
    I like Zemmana since it seems non instrusive, while sphyshelter seems chatty.
     
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    if it was me, i'd get rid of them all but i'm sure it's not the answer you want. ;)
     
  8. tempnexus

    tempnexus Registered Member

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    No thats fine,
    What would you use instead?

    I am always open to options. :)

    Oh and Sandboxie slows down my browsing I don't know why but wehen I use a sandboxed browser it's slower and responds slower.
     
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    Why do you even have Zemana on a 64 bit machine? It literally does nothing. Also, having that many HIPS protection is just nuts. You would be perfectly fine with OA++, maybe with Mamutu if you absolutely found it necessary, but installing all that extra software you're just asking for conflicts.
     
  10. SIR****TMG

    SIR****TMG Registered Member

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    That poor pc is overloaded indeed......:doubt:
     
  11. moontan

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    i have notice some light slowdowns with SBie as well but nothing major.

    if your system is not giving you BSOD or other problems i'd say keep your security apps if you like them.
    otherwise, remove some of them.

    personally, i think the less of these bloody things on a machine the better it is. ;)
     
  12. bo elam

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    In my opinion you have too much of everything, I agree with Moontans
    thinking that "the less of these bloody things on a machine, the better".
    If I was you, I would use Nod32 with SBIE and get rid of everything else.
    Sandboxie has never slowed down my surfing but Sandboxie conflicting
    with something else has.
    Slowdown, SBIE error messages are tell tale signs of conflicts.

    Bo
     
  13. blasev

    blasev Registered Member

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    Well once I use oa premium , EAM ("mamutu" inside), spyshelter, sandboxie
    It works, but my slow down my pc.
    Removed oa, its flying again
     
  14. aladdin

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    I never had any good luck with Sandboxie or maybe I don't know how to use it properly.

    Sandboxie requires so how of man-handling and this thing doesn't work and then that thing doesn't work, and new update of other programs don't work. It is an ongoing hassle, with slow down of the PC.

    I don't see what Sandboxie can achieve which Shadow Defender cannot in "Shadow Mode".
     
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