+1 People use it because of free upgrade (time to upgrade is one year) and for D3D12... but we have only one d3d12 benchmark for nowPeter2150 wrote:If there is anything that is not mature yet it is Windows 10. I still consider it beta spyware
Listing issues addressed in beta version 5.01
Sandboxie 5.27.1 personal lifetime license user || Win10 x64 Pro b17134 (up to date) || ESET IS 11+ x64 || Google Chrome 69+ x64 || UAC on
This is an old problem I've seen since Windows 7, Sandboxie 4.12, and FF 31 (August 2014). I posted the problem here (http://forums.sandboxie.com/phpBB3/view ... 11&t=19414 ), never got any replies. I think I made a bug report, never got any replies there either. The problem exists to this day despite the changes to FF and Sandboxie.TDPsGM wrote:I've installed Version 5.03.2 on a Win10 machine.
When I open Firefox in the sandbox it works fine.
As soon as I login to my LastPass account the whole thing locks up.
Using Firefox version 40.0.3 and LastPass version 3.2.16
It happens with Chrome and Lastpass in Sandboxie as well. Since Lastpass is essential for managing my logins, it really puts a big crimp in using Sandboxie while browsing.
Yeah, I should have said I tried it with both of those as well as every update to Sandboxie or FF since I reported the problem.Craig@Invincea wrote:Update to SBIE 5.06. And update FF to 41.0.2
It's the same bad result.
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Can't say we've seen the same or able to recreate it. Normally, we don't test add-ons or extensions to browsers, but Last Pass is one that is popular and I do use on Chrome and FF. Thus far, it's working as intended.
Is there any kind of logging I can turn on that would help me debug this? When it crashes, I get the error message "SBIE2203 Failed to communicate with Sandboxie Service: null reply (msg 00001B81 len 2457974)". It very definitely happens when I enable the Lastpass extension and everything works find when I disable the Lastpass extension (I do have other extensions loaded).Craig@Invincea wrote:Can't say we've seen the same or able to recreate it. Normally, we don't test add-ons or extensions to browsers, but Last Pass is one that is popular and I do use on Chrome and FF. Thus far, it's working as intended.
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