Helper wrote:A sandboxed program doesn't know it's using a sandbox so if it wants to read from a file or folder on the hard drive it will look at the unsandboxed files/folders.
Using an example of an IE cookie that a sandboxed program wants to read, the program would look at:
but if the cookie it's looking for is in a sandbox underneath "C:\Sandbox\...", it won't find it there.
The chances that malware will know to look underneath the C:\Sandbox\... folder, in a different sandbox, is about zero.
I can see by the line:BUN B wrote:i've upgraded just as you suggested!
There isn't any Registry key listed in the LastPass template to allow changes to these settings, because they are written into the Registry when the program is first installed.BUN B wrote:i've found out through poking that lastpass does save data under registry, but under different path then the one described in compatibiltiy
Yes, some of your settings would have been a little different.Bun B wrote:so you say, i'd have different confiruation ini if I have installed the sandbox from scratch
there is no need to do that now again, right?
Yes, that should be all right. You will likely find more that need to be added, as well.Bun B wrote:I need to allow dlhost.exe under Start/run programs inside sandboxie, as when I am attaching somethin in gmail, dialog pops up
is this allrgith to have it enabled to run in sandboxie?
I should have looked a little closer at your Registry screen prints.Bun B wrote:When I changed the setting in LastPass "autologin after 25s to 222s" the change of 222 seconds is written in that registry path
Assuming that I'm correct, these settings are inside of the sandbox RegHive file so adding a Registry Key exclusion to those Registry paths wouldn't do anything. I assume that they were copied there from some unsandboxed part of the Registry, if you made a program setting change for LastPass when it was sandboxed.Bun B wrote:I did tried adding my own exclusion, but it didn't have the effect, or maybe i didn't know how to correctly point to that path
Assuming that you mean:Bun B wrote:.. under settings in sandboxie, tree FOLDERS, everything is empty
is this normal?
Yes, it looks like a temp directory that LastPass would create and use.BUN B wrote:THis Value (LPTEMPDIR) has string value c:\users\mino\appdata\local\temp\lptmp-NUMBERS(followed by numbers)
This is apprently LastPass temp directory
No, it doesn't fit the template's Direct Access path, but then it doesn't have to.BUN B wrote:The above doesn't fit inside the string in sandboxie compatibilty which is:
To save log in data, username and password, out of the sandbox - for the various Internet sites that you visit. It's not to save LastPass' own settings, but the settings for those Internet sites.BUN B wrote:Wat's he purpose of LastPass compatibility f it is not to save settings?
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