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June 8, 2010
2:29 AM
Jeanjean
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BufferZone Free  
 
Safely download anything in an isolated (virtualized) zone
Safely browse with Internet Explorer in an isolated (virtualized) zone 
Safely chat with MSN Messenger in an isolated (virtualized) zone
Safely open e-mail attachments in an isolated (virtualized) zone
e-Bank and e-Shop in a trusted environment (*place up to 2 trusted sites in a Privacy Zone)
Schedule periodic “flushes” of the Virtual Zone
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Details : http://www.trustware.com/BufferZone-Free/
Download : http://www.trustware.com/index.php?page=download-2

Just found. Not try yet !Cool

June 8, 2010
3:04 AM
phoenix_rising
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Thanks Jeanjean, but the free version only works with IE and no other browers. I’d suggest sticking to either Geswall (my choice) or the ever-reliable Sandboxie.

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June 8, 2010
5:22 AM
Jeanjean
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@ phoenix_rising

I tried Sandboxie, but I had problems with it.
I will try Geswall also when I found the time. Thanks to you too.Laugh

 

 

June 8, 2010
5:40 AM
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@ Jeanjean: Geswall is great. I highly recommend it. I was a long-time user of Sandboxie, but I found that it was slowing things down somewhat. So a couple of years ago I gave Geswall a try and have never looked back. If you want to read Ashraf’s write-up on it, it’s at http://dottech.org/headline/3174

 

 

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June 8, 2010
6:14 AM
PCbasics
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can’t you also use virtual box?

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June 8, 2010
6:31 AM
phoenix_rising
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@ PCbasics: Sure you can. I guess that it would be preferable. Personally, I’m unfamiliar with OS virtualisation and, to be honest, am worried that I’d stuff up my comp in the process. So this works for me as the next-best thing.

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June 8, 2010
8:31 AM
Gioneo
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I’ve been using Altiris SVS for a couple of years now… Serves its pupose.

June 8, 2010
1:32 PM
Jeanjean
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@ Gioneo

I also use SVS and in particular the layer virtualizing internet sessions put on the website of Altiris at the time. This helps primarily to erase all traces of Internet surfing on the PC (and at the same time, viruses, spywares and others that one can pick up).
But I was interested by Bufferzone in seeing this : “e-Bank and e-Shop in a trusted environment (* up to 2 up trusted sites in a Privacy Area) “and I am tempted to try it.Smile

June 8, 2010
6:06 PM
Adrian
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VirtualBox uses up some of the PC’s porcessing power and RAM, so makes your computer slower.

June 8, 2010
7:27 PM
PCbasics
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phoenix_rising said:

@ PCbasics: Sure you can. I guess that it would be preferable. Personally, I’m unfamiliar with OS virtualisation and, to be honest, am worried that I’d stuff up my comp in the process. So this works for me as the next-best thing.


 

Yea i know….i was just trying to install it on my comp. and it said i cant continue unless i have 15% of my hd free!….thats quite alot for 1 program!Surprised

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June 10, 2010
11:31 AM
Jeanjean
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For information to those that the product may be interest despite its limitation to IE:
I tried to install it on XP – sp 3, without success!
After the reboot, I got a message saying a driver (of Windows) was damaged ???
And no way to access to the OS anymore.Cry
Saved by EAZ-Fix.Laugh

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