But I tested Avast with default settings & when it finds the suspicious behvaiour it autosandbox the file & analyzes & after the analyzes completes it terminates the sandboxed app & give the option to sandbox or normal open nextime.
The prob is if you choose to select the app to open next time sandboxed, it again does the same thing & terminates the apps. So this means you can only open the app normally & not sandboxed, right? Then whats the benefit of full virtualization of Avast autosandbox?
The term "full virtualization" might be useful when comparing one implementation of something labeled a "sandbox" or "autosandbox" with another, but it is really an oxymo ron
(see note below).Sandbox = virtualization
Therefore the "benefit of full virtualization of Avast autosandbox
" is that it is what it says it is.
Now, as to why the Avast autosandbox behaves the way it does, did you follow my 2nd link
Retail versions of Avast include an on-demand sandbox and "Safezone" virtual desktop/browser but
autosandbox is intended to be a "safe" place for Avast Free to run, analyze & terminate suspect apps. The default setting is now "auto" rather than "ask" (see pic). I believe the plan was to remove the "ask" option altogether but they seem to have pulled back from that.(Note to Mods: What gives? Why can't I type 'oxymo ron' without a space without it becoming 'oxyhunk' Isn't this an English language forum?)