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<img src="http://nsanedown.com/images/logos/Sandboxie.png" class="logo" alt="Sandboxie" title="Sandboxie" />When you browse the Web, changes occur to your computer system. Some of these might be harmful, like the unsolicited installation of malware. When you use Sandboxie to protect your browsing session, it catches all these changes just as the browser is about to apply them into your computer system. Sandboxie does record these changes on behalf of the browser, but it records them in a special isolated folder, called the sandbox. Thus, with Sandboxie, you can browse the Web securely while still keeping all your browser's functionality for active and dynamic content, such as javascript and ActiveX. All undesired side effects can be easily undone.

Thanks to <font color="#FF0000">Viid</font> for the update.

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the patch is broken, its working only for the 32 bit version of sandboxie

but not for the x64 version

please update thank you

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Serial not working as it was made public on the internet. :(

look here: http://www.tinydl.com/

may find medicine for sandboxie v3.50 here....i did and is working great....may find lotsa medicine here for other proggies as well!!

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Serial not working as it was made public on the internet. :(

look here: http://www.tinydl.com/

may find medicine for sandboxie v3.50 here....i did and is working great....may find lotsa medicine here for other proggies as well!!

Thanks, found it. :)

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The serial posted is no longer good and the patch had like 24/40 triggered alarms on virus total even though there was like 2 or so comments stating it was good, how are we really suppose to know if this file really is clean considering the virus total comments is such a small sample and anyone can easily claim it is clean. Furthermore does this patch actually full work for win 7 32bit version?

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The serial posted is no longer good and the patch had like 24/40 triggered alarms on virus total even though there was like 2 or so comments stating it was good, how are we really suppose to know if this file really is clean considering the virus total comments is such a small sample and anyone can easily claim it is clean. Furthermore does this patch actually full work for win 7 32bit version?

All the patch does is modify SbieDll.dll ...tricks sandboxie... thinks its registered and the license activated.

the patch passed AVG2011 virus scan and MBAM both up to date...I have sandboxie installed on a test rig i have, used patch to modify SbieDll.dll then copied already patched SbieDll.dll onto my main computer overwritting the original SbieDll.dll...working great here....g/l.....however you are correct in being careful about running such patches and keygens etc thats why i use a test rig for anything i am not 100% sure about....also just wanted to point out that i did not author the patch, i just found it by chance. again g/l...btw dont own Win7, i still have good ole XP and am very happy with it so dunno how patch will perform on a Win7 box.

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Thx for the response xeretni, i would like to know, are you able to run more then 1 sandboxed application at a time say like 2 or 3 properly without the patch giving errors? Also the forced sandbox option works properly as well?

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Thx for the response xeretni, i would like to know, are you able to run more then 1 sandboxed application at a time say like 2 or 3 properly without the patch giving errors? Also the forced sandbox option works properly as well?

All options working correctly on my rig (xp sp3 32bit)....i had v3.46 installed (never put on v3.48) i updated it with v3.50, as soon as upgrade was done the sandboxie license manager popped up. i did NOT run it just clicked cancel. Next i shut down sandboxie and terminated the process SbieSvc.exe. then overwrote SbieDll.dll with the patched one from my test rig....no problems here running multiple sandboxed apps at once....g/l

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I tried the qin patch that has been going around, however it does not seem to be working very well. I tested this on a 32bit version of windows xp pro. I am able to create multiple sandboxes, however i was not able to get them to run forced programs.

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This is one of only 2 programs I have that I actually ever paid for. Worth every penny for lifetime subscription...about $40USD. I tried all the patches(QIN,ZT,TB etc) they all fail. The serials posted are very quickly blacklisted. I run into way too much BS in the ng's to go a day without sandboxie working at 100%.

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NewEraCracker

I tested this release. Its the only one that works.

A friend of mine passed it to me via msn :)

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I tested this release. Its the only one that works.

A friend of mine passed it to me via msn :)

I hope you are correct...for others here. I dont need it myself.

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I using version 3.46. What is differences between that both version 3.46 and 3.50. Is it worth the upgrade program ;)

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I tested this release. Its the only one that works.

A friend of mine passed it to me via msn :)

yes I confirm It works;

I used it this morning;

"registered and Activated" in About

no problem till now

(x86)

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Merged with Frontpage's News & Updates thread.

I believe only Tony can make it work on 64bit as all the drivers in 64bit need to be signed afaik.

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NewEraCracker

If you have x64 you can use version 3.46. Search the forums.

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