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Sandboxie Support Website for all Sandboxie Products & all Sandboxie Cracks:
NOTE: Please do not forget to leave behind as much information as possible
about where the product is from and about your personal identification data.
You'll then be contacted as soon as possible by the Sandboxie Support Team!
Tired of dealing with rogue software, spyware and malware? Spent too many hours
removing unsolicited software? Worried about clicking unfamiliar Web links?
Sandboxie runs your programs in an isolated space which prevents them from making
permanent changes to other programs and data in your computer.
Sandboxie lets you browse the Web securely while keeping all your browser's
functionality for active content. Sandboxie requires neither the disabling nor
blocking of functions available to Web sites through the browser. Instead,
Sandboxie isolates and quarantines the outcome of whatever the Web site may do
to your computer, including the installation of unsolicited software.
There is no trade-off of functionality for security: the Web site can use the full
range of active content tools, and if it uses these tools maliciously to install
software or otherwise make changes in your computer, then these changes can be
Sandboxie has originally been designed to increase the security of browsing with
Internet Explorer, however it is just as effective with any other browser, and in
fact, any other program. Sandboxie wraps a protection layer around the programs it
supervises. It is this layer that intercepts and isolates any changes the programs
make to the computer. And this layer is impartial to the specific program it wraps.
Sandboxie was designed as an application that will allow you isolates and
When you browse the web, changes occur to your computer system. Most of the time
these changes are harmless, like recording the addresses of web sites you have
visited (and when), so the browser can help you complete a web address that you
type in. Whether these changes are harmless or harmful, they do in fact happen to
your computer system.
When you use Sandboxie to protect your browsing session, it catches all these
changes just as the browser is about to apply them into your computer system.
Sandboxie does record these changes on behalf of the browser, but it records them
in a special isolated folder, called the sandbox.
The benefit of having a sandbox is that it ensures your ability to get rid of all
changes done by the browser, simply by deleting the sandbox folder.
Another useful feature of Sandboxie is the ability to terminate all sandboxed
programs at once. As some web sites tend to pop up three new browser windows for
each one you close, you can have Sandboxie close all of them with a click of a
Sandboxie and the Web
Protecting your Freecell statistics using Sandboxie may be a good idea when a
less qualified player comes along, but you will probably want to play most of
your games outside the sandbox. On the other hand, you may want to run your Web
browser inside the sandbox most of the time. This way any incoming, unsolicited
software (spyware, malware and the like) that you download, is trapped in the
sandbox. Changes made to your list of Favorites or Bookmarks, hijacking of your
preferred start page, new and unwanted icons on your desktop -- all these, and
more, are trapped in and bound to the sandbox.
Benefits of the Isolated Sandbox
- Secure Web Browsing: Running your Web browser under the protection of Sandboxie
means that all malicious software downloaded by the browser is trapped in the
sandbox and can be discarded trivially.
- Enhanced Privacy: Browsing history, cookies, and cached temporary files
collected while Web browsing stay in the sandbox and don't leak into Windows.
- Secure E-mail: Viruses and other malicious software that might be hiding in
your email can't break out of the sandbox and can't infect your real system.
- Windows Stays Lean: Prevent wear-and-tear in Windows by installing software
into an isolated sandbox.
What's new in Sandboxie v3.50?
- Improvements in Sandbox Settings windows.
- Run Sandboxed action can automatically select the DefaultBox sandbox.
- Filter outgoing connections on SMB/CIFS ports through the Block Port setting.
- Windows Update KB981852 causing SBIE2304 errors.
- Drop Rights feature interfering with running programs.
- Windows Live Messenger 2011 not connecting.
- Ctrl+clicking on web links in Microsoft Word, when Internet Explorer
is set as a forced program.
- Installing games into a sandboxed instance of Steam in 64-bit Windows.
- Adobe Photoshop CS5 runs under Sandboxie without having to use Window Access
- System Restriction Policies interfering with Sandboxie on Windows 7.
- Removal/rename of DefaultBox sandbox interferes with installing applications
into the sandbox.
- Windows Installer (MSI) fails to run in the sandbox on 64-bit Windows.
- Errors when running some UPX-compressed executables in the sandbox.
*** When using TPB please read these important notes:
01- AV software may warn about keygens, patches, cracks etc because of their
capabilities and signatures (generating codes, etc). Sometimes also they're
added to the virus/spyware database and will be detected as malware. If not
trusting keygens, patches, cracks etc don't use them.
02- To avoid AV software removing/blocking clean cracks etc: exclude the crack
or folder from being auto-protected & auto-scanned by the AV software.
03- If AV software removed a clean crack usually it can be restored
(if it's not in Quarantaine then look at History or something similar).
04- To avoid risks when using cracks also Sandboxie can be used to test them:
05- Before running .exe-files, keygens, patches, cracks etc always check first
if they can be unpacked. Often some thirth party added a virus to the
original file, repacked it, and uploaded it again.
06- Letting AV software software sending scan results to their companies
can cause keygens, patches, cracks etc being added to their virus-database.
07- Firewalls which are set to automatically decide for connections will allow
connections for lots of apps & MALWARE!. To avoid so firewalls should be set
to decide yourself which connection to allow or not.
08- Clicking on unknown links can coz malware being silently installed on a pc!
09- Usually (new) torrents with extreme many downloads & seeders in a short time
are very suspicious! Torrents with a SKULL-logo are trusted.
10- Some (frustrated) people use multiple accounts and post lots of FAKE comments
and/or files trying to spread confusion. Usually they NEVER seriously reply
on comments and don't have any torrent, or to look reliable just a few.
11- In general often there are more fake & negative comments than reliable &
12- In some countries uploading/downloading copyright-protected material is
forbidden, but showing some appreciation to reliable uploaders is not.
13- Posting FAKE comments & uploads on TPB can result in getting banned from TPB!
For reporting bad or suspicious torrents:
For visiting "TPB's Most Ridiculous Comments":
For visiting my TPB account:
This torrent is scanned with:
1- Norton Internet Security
2- Avira AntiVir Premium
3- avast! Pro Antivirus
4- Kaspersky Antivirus
Also scanned with some well known antispyware, and tested in Sandboxie.
Malware detected by other anti-malware software probably are false positives!
Nowadays a lot of TPB members abuse their TPB membership by intenionally posting
fake comments & files. Their meaning is just to spread confusion and try to
frustrate TPB and it's users. And less downloaders = less seeders = less
downloadspeed etc etc.
It's in the benefit of TPB and all reliable users to warn each other about people
who intenionally keep posting fake comments & files. It's an easy answer against
those who intenionally keep posting fake comments & files, which is a never
When reporting errors or false positives just keep in mind that what goes up for
one does not always goes up for another. That's for both the working of an app
and about false positives! Remember: whatever is said, say it constructive!
Let's just try to help each other and TPB by thinking about what's said & posted.
Things are all up to you, the "United Reliable The Pirate Bay Users"!
Enjoy The Pirate Bay
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