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Home security Sandboxie: A free tool that protects you from hacking attacks

Sandboxie: A free tool that protects you from hacking attacks

Sandboxie is a free tool that uses isolation technology to separate applications from making changes to data, programs and applications on your hard drive tray.

The tool allows you to run applications such as web browser and other programs in a sandbox environment, so as not to affect its applications systemic.


Sandboxes are used by them developers to experiment with their newly developed application and them Cyber ​​Security malware professionals.

The Sandboxie was developed by Ronen Tzur, acquired by Invincea and in February by 2017 Invincea was acquired by Invincea Sophos. Now, Sophos has changed its product license to free software and plans to make it an open source tool

Sandboxie for purposes security

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Running the sandbox browser can prevent your system from being attacked malware, viruses, ransomware and zero-day threats. With the sandbox, you can control your suspicious files without damaging the system.

For hackers, email is one of the most tempting goals. They find all possible ways to infiltrate your email accounts. It is worth noting that now emails are considered a major threat to the security of businesses and home computers.

Tools like Sandboxie let you run your favorite e-mail application in the sandbox, so you don't have to worry about opening any suspicious documents. It also prevents websites and other applications from modifying personal data, files and folders on your system.

Sandboxie also supports 32 and 64 bit versions of the operating system. In addition, you can open all the major browsers, Microsoft Office Suite, the files PDF and media files.


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