Sandboxie 4.02

Sandboxie allows you to run your browser, or any other program, so that all changes that result from the usage are kept in a sandbox environment, which can then be deleted later.

When you browse the Web, changes occur to your computer system. Some harmless, like recording the addresses of Web sites you have visited, so the browser can help you complete a Web address that you type in. Some more harmful, like the unsolicited installation of malware. 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. Thus, with Sandboxie, you can browse the Web securely while still keeping all your browser's functionality for active and dynamic content, such as Javascript and ActiveX. All undesired side effects, including the removal of malware, can be easily undone.

What's new and changed in this version:

This release is a redesign of the inner workings of Sandboxie which improves compatibility with current and future versions of Windows. For a technical discussion, please see this forum post.

These are the changes to Sandboxie since version 3.76:

  • Full protection is offered on both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows. The Experimental Protection feature, which enabled full protection on 64-bit Windows, is no longer needed, and was removed.
  • Improved compatibility with avast!, Driver Verifier, EMET, F-Secure, KeyScrambler, Lingoes, Listary, Norton Internet Security, Office 2013, PGP, Proxifier, ProxyCap, Solid Converter PDF, Windows 8.
  • Removed support for Windows 2000. Service Pack 3 is required for use on Windows XP.

Download: Sandboxie 4.02 | 2.5 MB (Shareware)
View: Sandboxie Website | Release Notes

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Been using/testing this since the first Beta (on 7 and 8, both flavours) and it has come a long way since initial release.
Ronen has done a great job again in making compatiblity with most programs work, there are still a few nuances but they are few and far between.
I reckon WW will be all over this

Also credit to Guest10 (and others) for helping make this program one of the best around...

^ Yep, I use this on every machine I own that goes on the internet. I did read that 4.0 was a major upgrade and that it rewrote a lot of what goes on, in a 64 bit system. A lot of it has to do with permissions.

Thanks for the heads up on it being released!.

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