Not being an expert all I can say about Sandboxie is it does what the author states and once you get to know the ins and outs of Sandboxie it is the easiest to use out of a few other similar programs I have tried.
Taken from my posts as Franklin at Spyware Warriors and Wilders.
Kareldjag has done many thorough tests on quite a few security apps and is an expert.This is what he/she has to say about Sandboxie.
Regarding the latest WMF exploit.
http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthre ... er site.
A web content filter can be used in combination with a sandbox: in this case, SandBoxie is a highly recommended product.
SandBoxie limits risks of infections and also limitâ€™s the impact of some attacks.
If someone try to install a rookit remotely, the rootkit will not able to run.
And the result is the same if we try to install a rootkit under SandBoxie: rights and privileges under SandBoxie are limited:
With the OSR crash utility which requires administrator privileges, we can see that the system is about to crash, but in fact, Sandboxie blocks the action.
Personal HIPS are the most important anti-rootkit defense after the firewall.
Many of them have the ability to detect service/driver installation which are often required for rootkits.
Moreover, theses Desktop IPS operate at a low level and acts as a service associated with a kernel driver.
If you want to say something nice about Sandboxie
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