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#1 John Bull

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Posted 22 August 2010 - 05:50 AM

No need for controversial discussion about security, just install Sandboxie, your problems will be over.
The Free version is quite adequate for superb protection from intruders, just delete the sandbox on exit. Nothing gets out into your system.

Backed up by a reputable Free or paid for AV and Firewall program, this is the best security combination you can get on the Internet.

Your comments are welcome, but this combination is VERY GOOD.
Since I installed Sandboxie, I have not had ONE single instance of infection come up on my frequent scans.

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#2 mute20

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Posted 22 August 2010 - 04:25 PM

Anyone have a good way of removing dangerous files in a sandboxie that wont be on the system restore??? Tried using cclearner ,but it still ended up within the sandboxie system restore folder trying to get out so I just nuked all my old system restores.

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Posted 29 August 2010 - 02:22 AM

Anyone have a good way of removing dangerous files in a sandboxie that wont be on the system restore??? Tried using cclearner ,but it still ended up within the sandboxie system restore folder trying to get out so I just nuked all my old system restores.


Configure Sandboxie to DELETE the sandbox on shutdown of browser. All contents of the sandbox will be deleted - everything goes.

Sandboxie control>Sandbox>DefaultBox>Sandbox Settings>Delete>Invocation>Check "Automatically delete contents of sandbox"

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Posted 30 August 2010 - 01:05 AM

Or if worst comes to worst, just delete and reinstall the sandbox.




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