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#1 i_h8_trojans


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Posted 02 May 2012 - 01:34 AM

I did see some topics here that I didn't really get a chance to read(I gleaned over them). But I really want to know, is there really a zero percent chance if, while operating within a sandbox, the actual computer won't get infected(as in a possible leak)? Or is there things to watch out for while I am operating from within the sandbox?

I'm new to the sandboxing thing and have subscribed to the two things I found while using the search bar, but still, even though it says it cannot, I just wanted to be sure.

Thanks for your time and your help!!!!

Oh, and if this is in the wrong area, I apologize. I just found the topics here and thought maybe this was the correct place to post this thread.

Edited by hamluis, 04 May 2012 - 11:38 AM.
Moved from All Other Applications to AV, Firewall, etc. - Hamluis.

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