Sandboxie 5.06

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Run programs in a sandbox to prevent malware from making permanent changes to your PC.

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.

Changes in Sandboxie 5.06:

  • SBIE1222 Error with security token: C0000061 / 33? caused by KB3088195 (Win 10 KB3097617) distributed on 10/13/2015 has been fixed. This also fixes BSOD when using Flash in Firefox.
  • Fixed several problems that could cause Chrome to crash in Windows 10.
  • Added logins.json for Firefox and derivatives to templates.ini to enable Firefox passwords storage outside the sandbox.
  • Back by popular demand, the print spooler (spoolsv.exe) blocks file writes to the system temp folder (windows\temp) and the user temp folder (\Users\\AppData\Local\Temp)
  • Fixed problem that sometimes caused IE 11 to immediately exit if there are 3rd party applications injecting into iexplore.exe with Sandboxie (such as AV).

Download: Sandboxie 5.06 | 8.1 MB (Shareware)
View: Sandboxie Website

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