There are still confusing pop ups despite of the sandbox

…regarding the COM object protection. They appear for sandboxed processes, even with the IS config profile.
Two examples: Steam and CLT

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Such kind of pop ups are totally improper for non techie users. I bet only few people of this forum understand them.
A solution would be to virtualize the COM object model like Sandboxie does: No pop ups, high security and very compatible.

2.) I think the default pop up layout is not useful anymore if applications are sandboxed because there are only few pop ups at all. IMO now the advanced layout is comfortable to anyone and should be default.

3.) I would like to have an option to remember the decision for this kind of alarms:

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4.) It’s very stupid that the sandbox doesn’t warn if malware connects via the IE to the internet if you use the sandbox for safe browsing with this program because you have to grant it internet access. :wink:

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A workaround for this is to choose Sandbox and then for the sandbox popup choose never to run it in the sandbox again. This way it’ll always allow it.

A bit tedious and I’d also like to see an option to remember the decision.

But the message clearly says that internet explorer is running inside sandbox.

This is a known limitation. Not sure if there are any plans to address. BY all means make a wish-list item though.

2.) I think the default pop up layout is not useful anymore if applications are sandboxed because there are only few pop ups at all. IMO now the advanced layout is comfortable to anyone and should be default.
This I will transfer this to wishlists!
3.) I would like to have an option to remember the decision for this kind of alarms: [URL=http://www.ld-host.de/show/d4982a40b2a44644907553c50fb1d300.png] http://www.ld-host.de/uploads/thumbnails/d4982a40b2a44644907553c50fb1d300.png [/URL]
If its an installer you can define it as an installer/updater in the computer security policy. Don't make any programs you regularly use to run other programs an installer though, as that would be a security risk.
4.) It's very stupid that the sandbox doesn't warn if malware connects via the IE to the internet if you use the sandbox for safe browsing with this program because you have to grant it internet access. ;) [URL=http://www.ld-host.de/show/c465806de104c4effa530c0e1f72d053.png] http://www.ld-host.de/uploads/thumbnails/c465806de104c4effa530c0e1f72d053.png [/URL]
4.1 does, or at least is intended to. Have not fully tested this myself.