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Post by Guest on 13/4/2011, 02:26

http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=296391

Specially for my friend SSJ100, crafted so he can skip Sandboxie pirat

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Re: For those of use who run Windows7 or Vista

Post by ssj100 on 13/4/2011, 03:53

Haha, good work Kees1958, and thanks for the information. But I won't be using it for the below reasons:
1. I'm still very happily running Windows XP, and am planning to skip to Windows 8.
2. I don't use Sandboxie just to sandbox my web browsers - it does much more than that for me.
3. I don't use Chrome.
4. It seems like a lot of work to configure haha.

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Re: For those of use who run Windows7 or Vista

Post by Guest on 13/4/2011, 10:51

Well,

If it had not been that I could get some Vista Business x32 and Windows 7 Ultimate x32 CD'd for free, I would still be running XP. To be honest the much bashed Vista (Business edition) is the most tweakable OS for me. It has the goodies of XP (run as LUA under SRP) and the goodies of Windows 7 (UAC and iacacls).

So Vista Home Premium uses Google for Pretty Good Security of Sully and set your internet facing software to rum as limited user. This way they never elevate.

What really is a (free on x32) sandboxie alternativer will be VM Lite's VirtualAppsplayer pre-configured FF or Chrome.

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Re: For those of use who run Windows7 or Vista

Post by Rico on 13/4/2011, 20:44

VM Lite's VirtualAppsplayer is a really inferior app missing alot of protection. It is by no means a Sandboxie alternative. I also don't like how its developer
'huisinro' is constantly putting up nonsubstantiated claims that his product is better than Sandboxie, see here: http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showpost.php?p=1840176&postcount=7
and here:
http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showpost.php?p=1829842&postcount=19


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Re: For those of use who run Windows7 or Vista

Post by Guest on 15/4/2011, 12:42

[quote="Rico"]VM Lite's VirtualAppsplayer is a really inferior app missing alot of protection. It is by no means a Sandboxie alternative. I also don't like how its developer
'[b]huisinro[/b]' is constantly putting up nonsubstantiated claims that his product is better than Sandboxie, see here: http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showpost.php?p=1840176&postcount=7
and here:
http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showpost.php?p=1829842&postcount=19

[/quote]

Well the last post (19) contains a claim he (huisinro) can never backup (does exactly what sandboxie does), you have need the code for SBIE to backup that claim or provide a testset which prooves simular result. So I agree on that one.

On the other side, your claim is also not backed up with evidence, so the SBIE fanboy club gets another score (+2).
Please "define inferior" and proove what the "missing a lot of protection" is about, otherwise the Dutch saying (in regard to nonsubstiated claims) "the pot blames the kettle it turns black on the stove" applies to you as well.


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Re: For those of use who run Windows7 or Vista

Post by ssj100 on 15/4/2011, 14:58

Haha Kees, since you seem to be in the mood, can you help me count the number of "SBIE fanboys" in this thread?:
http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=294879

Anyway, will look forward to trying out "VM Lite's VirtualAppsplayer" when it comes out.

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Re: For those of use who run Windows7 or Vista

Post by Guest on 15/4/2011, 16:57



I have tried the Beta and they have to polish it a bit, author should not make claims he can't back up, should let the product speak for itself.

See Safe-Admin (only 4 reg files to switch on or off, is difficult I know) in action http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showpost.php?p=1858486&postcount=43

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Re: For those of use who run Windows7 or Vista

Post by ssj100 on 15/4/2011, 17:07

Kees1958 wrote:See Safe-Admin (only 4 reg files to switch on or off, is difficult I know) in action http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showpost.php?p=1858486&postcount=43
Yes, running as a "Limited User" also blocks that POC. Also if I recall correctly, the POC didn't work on Windows XP, even in an Administrator account (with no tweaks).
EDIT: More information here:
http://ssj100.fullsubject.com/t370-sandboxie-bypassed#3128

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Re: For those of use who run Windows7 or Vista

Post by Guest on 17/4/2011, 22:40

SSJ00

Safe-Admin is for Vista/Windows7 running admin.

Did the Poc also break SBIE with drop my rights ?

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Re: For those of use who run Windows7 or Vista

Post by ssj100 on 18/4/2011, 00:18

Kees1958 wrote:Did the Poc also break SBIE with drop my rights ?
Sandboxie blocked the POC with Drop Rights enabled on Windows 7 in an Administrator account. Sandboxie has since been "fixed" to block the POC without Drop Rights.

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