Anonymous wrote:I see what you mean about drivers being installed. This means that Snadboxie can't be used for installing unknown programs.
Why not? Not that many programs install drivers. Drivers that are already installed on your computer can be used.Anonymous wrote:I see what you mean about drivers being installed. This means that Snadboxie can't be used for installing unknown programs.
There are users who post in this forum, who try out virus infected programs all of the time, to see if anything can break out of the sandbox.Anonymous wrote:Unfortunately, a lot of programs require administrative rights to be installed also. Since Sandboxie cannot be used for installing programs, there appears to be no way to stop a virus loaded program installer. This is disappointing.
Anonymous wrote: Now, with the Sandboxie. Assuming that the program can be installed in the Sandboxie environment, how do you copy all the files to the correct location. The files will not be located in the Recovery area since we don't know where the installer will save files to.
bs1 wrote: Now if I choose to recover a tested program, the associated files are automatically saved by Sandboxie to that same location (i.e., C:\Program Files or the alternate) on my "real" hard drive.
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