Sandboxie v3.21 英文正式版(在沙盤環境中運行瀏覽器或其他軟體)
Perforce v2008.1 英文正式版(軟體配置(software configuration management (SCM))工具軟體)
RoboForm v7.2.3 繁體中文/簡體中文/英文正式版(最好的網頁填表工具,密碼管理軟體)
Sandboxie v3.34 英文正式版(消除上網、運行程式痕跡痕跡的軟體)
ProxyCommander v1.3 英文正式版(代理伺服器管理軟體)
ExpanDrive v2.3.3 英文正式版(遠端伺服器連接軟體)
ExpanDrive v4.3.1 英文正式版(Windows網絡驅動器軟體)
RoboForm v18.104.22.168 繁體中文正式版(管理密碼、填寫和保存網頁表格資料的工具器軟體)
Tired of dealing with rogue software, spyware and
Tired of spending countless hours removing
When you run a program on your computer, data flows
from the hard disk to the program via read
operations. The data is then processed and
displayed, and finally flows back from the progam to
the hard disk via write operations.
For example, if you run the Freecell program to play
a game, it starts by reading the previously recorded
statistics, displaying and altering them as you play
the game, and finally writing them back to disk for
Sandboxie changes the rules such that write
operations do not make it back to your hard disk.
The key component of Sandboxie: a transient storage
area, or sandbox. Data flows in both directions
between programs and the sandbox. During read
operations, data may flow from the hard disk into
the sandbox. But data never flows back from the
sandbox into the hard disk.
If you run Freecell inside the Sandboxie
environment, Sandboxie reads the statistics data
from the hard disk into the sandbox, to satisfy the
read requested by Freecell. When the game later
writes the statistics, Sandboxie intercepts this
operation and directs the data to the sandbox.
If you then run Freecell without the aid of
Sandboxie, the read operation would bypass the
sandbox altogether, and the statistics would be
retrieved from the hard disk.
The transient nature of the sandbox makes it is easy
to get rid of everything in it. If you were to throw
away the sandbox, by deleting everything in it, the
sandboxed statistics would be gone for good, as if
they had never been there in the first place.
Protecting your Freecell statistics using Sandboxie
may be a good idea when a less qualified player
comes along, but you will probably want to play most
of your games outside the sandbox. On the other
hand, you may want to run your Web browser inside
the sandbox most of the time. This way any incoming,
unsolicited software (spyware, malware and the like)
that you download, is trapped in the sandbox.
Changes made to your list of Favorites or Bookmarks,
hijacking of your preferred start page, new and
unwanted icons on your desktop -- all these, and
more, are trapped in and bound to the sandbox.
You could also try a new toolbar add-on, browser
extension or just about any kind of software. If you
don't like it, you throw away the sandbox, and start
again with a fresh sandbox. On the other hand, if
you do like the new piece of software, you can
re-install it outside the sandbox so it becomes a
permanent part of your system.
Sandboxie intercepts changes to both your files and
registry settings, making it virtually impossible
for any software to reach outside the sandbox.
Sandboxie traps cached browser items into the
sandbox as a by-product of normal operation, so when
you throw away the sandbox, all the history records
and other side-effects of your browsing disappear as