What information is sent (pls include obvious answers like the executable, etc. so I understand fully) to Comodo when an unknown application is automatically (or manually) sandboxed?
I want to better understand if any personal/computer info is sent, if it gets traced back to the sender, or if it’s all sent 100% anonymously? If so, how does the result (i.e. safe or unsafe) get sent back to the sender so that the app can be destroyed or un-sandboxed?
we don’t, nor want to identify the sender. All we care for is files…
In theory we want to work towards minimising the number of applications that has to run in sandbox. So by submitting these apps, we have an opportunity to mark them either good or bad file…so that next user who comes accross with that file doesn’t have to get it sandboxed.
Ah, so in other words with sandbox enabled and everything checkmarked in the settings (please correct where I’m wrong):
Unknown app found & placed in sandbox
Submit/lookup is performed online automatically
If it’s found in the safelist, then the program will be moved to my safe files(?) and then upon the next time the program is run, it will run outside the sandbox (but it must be restarted for that to happen)
That sound about right?
And obviously I should always let it submit files that I personally know are safe to Comodo so it will become universally safe for all users in the future…?