SBIE2205 Service not implemented: CredReadA

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Tengle
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SBIE2205 Service not implemented: CredReadA

Post by Tengle » Mon Jun 08, 2009 5:59 pm

Hey guys, what' up. :)
I've been playing around a bit with Sandboxie now. I liked it and decided to try to use it to run a virus/trojan I got a couple of days ago while unprotected. So I downloaded it while in sandboxed mode, and clicked the .exe. I then immediately got a "Messages from Sandboxie" popup window telling me "SBIE2205 Service not implemented: CredReadA", and another window named "Sandboxie protected storage saying "IPStore::GetTypeInfo is not implemented".

I then got an alert from Windows Defender telling me about the trojan, could see the files created by it etc.

Well, I thought I had cleaned my computer from this trojan some days ago and I will inspect the behaviour of it closer, but my biggest concern is, does those messages from Sandboxie have anything to do with sending my IP and/or credit card number information (Which I doubt I have stored anywhere on my computer though since I almost always pay with one-time-use generated credit cards online)?

I know I am safe while using Sandboxie, it's what possibly happened a couple of days ago I feel paranoid about.

Thanks in advance!

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Post by tzuk » Tue Jun 09, 2009 10:32 am

"Cred" in the message refers to Windows credentials, not to credit card. I've revised the page about message SBIE2205 to explain this in more detail.

http://www.sandboxie.com/index.php?SBIE2205

Bottom line is, don't worry about this.
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Post by Tengle » Tue Jun 09, 2009 4:50 pm

Thank you, I really appreciate it.
I guess that means I should probably change my passwords though if those actions have been run outside of sandboxie?

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Post by tzuk » Wed Jun 10, 2009 1:10 pm

That's probably a good idea. Better safe than sorry.
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