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Dangerzone v0.5.0
Dangerzone v0.5.0 Take potentially dangerous PDFs, office documents, or images and convert them to safe PDFs in Windows, macOS or Linux. Dangerzone is a Freedom of the Press Foundation project and is open source, released under the MIT license How It Works Dangerzone works like this: You give it a document that you don't know if you can trust (for example, an email attachment). Inside of a sandbox, Dangerzone converts the document to a PDF (if it isn't already one), and then converts the PDF into raw pixel data: a huge list of of RGB color values for each page. Then, in a separate sandbox, Dangerzone takes this pixel data and converts it back into a PDF. No Network Access Sandboxes don't have network access, so if a malicious document can compromise one, it can't phone home. Optional OCR Dangerzone can optionally OCR the safe PDFs it creates, so it will have a text layer again. Reduced File Size Dangerzone compresses the safe PDF to reduce file size. Open Docs Safely After converting, Dangerzone lets you open the safe PDF in the PDF viewer of your choice, which allows you to open PDFs and office docs in Dangerzone by default so you never accidentally open a dangerous document. Read About Dangerzone By Micah Lee Requirements: • Docker Desktop (you will be prompted to install it). • Hyper-V enabled in your BIOS. This download is for the Windows version. If you need the macOS (Intel) version, download here. If you need the macOS (Apple silicone) version, download here. If you need the Ubuntu / Debian / Linux Mint version, download here. If you need the Fedora version, download here. If you need Other Linux versions, download here. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 914 Oct 25, 2023
Micah Lee
Sandboxie-Classic v5.67.8
Sandboxie-Classic v5.67.8 A sandbox-based isolation software for 32- and 64-bit Windows NT-based operating systems. It creates a sandbox-like isolated operating environment in which applications can be run or installed without permanently modifying local & mapped drives or the windows registry. An isolated virtual environment allows controlled testing of untrusted programs and web surfing. Benefits of the Isolated Sandbox Secure Web Browsing: Running your Web browser under the protection of Sandboxie means that all malicious software downloaded by the browser is trapped in the sandbox and can be discarded trivially. Enhanced Privacy: Browsing history, cookies, and cached temporary files collected while Web browsing stay in the sandbox and don't leak into Windows. Secure E-mail: Viruses and other malicious software that might be hiding in your email can't break out of the sandbox and can't infect your real system. Windows Stays Lean: Prevent wear-and-tear in Windows by installing software into an isolated sandbox. Changes: [1.12.8 / 5.67.8] - 2024-01-31 Added added Japanese language on Plus UI #3573 Fixed fixed SBIE2321 Cannot manage device map: C0000034 / 11 #2996 fixed Cannot run explorer.exe on emulate admin sandbox #3516 fixed potential BSOD issue with WFP when trace loging is enabled #2471 fixed Run from Sandbox > Run > Program and Run from folder doesn't use the same working dir #3555 fixed UseNewSymlinkResolver causes applications to create both the link and the target folder #3481 fixed [Plus UI] Notification window is stuck when a modal dialog shows up #3586 This download is for the 64bit version. If you need the 32bit version, download here. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 4,584 Jan 31, 2024
David Xanatos
Sandboxie-Plus v1.12.8
Sandboxie-Plus v1.12.8 A sandbox-based isolation software for 32- and 64-bit Windows NT-based operating systems. It is being developed by David Xanatos since it became open source, before that it was developed by Sophos (which acquired it from Invincea, which acquired it earlier from the original author Ronen Tzur). It creates a sandbox-like isolated operating environment in which applications can be run or installed without permanently modifying the local or mapped drive. An isolated virtual environment allows controlled testing of untrusted programs and web surfing. Since the Open Sourcing sandboxie is being released in two flavors the classical build with a MFC based UI and as plus build that incorporates new features and an entirely new Q’t based UI. All newly added features target the plus branch but often can be utilized in the classical edition by manually editing the sandboxie.ini file. Benefits of the Isolated Sandbox Secure Web Browsing: Running your Web browser under the protection of Sandboxie means that all malicious software downloaded by the browser is trapped in the sandbox and can be discarded trivially. Enhanced Privacy: Browsing history, cookies, and cached temporary files collected while Web browsing stay in the sandbox and don't leak into Windows. Secure E-mail: Viruses and other malicious software that might be hiding in your email can't break out of the sandbox and can't infect your real system. Windows Stays Lean: Prevent wear-and-tear in Windows by installing software into an isolated sandbox Changes: [1.12.8 / 5.67.8] - 2024-01-31 Added added Japanese language on Plus UI #3573 Fixed fixed SBIE2321 Cannot manage device map: C0000034 / 11 #2996 fixed Cannot run explorer.exe on emulate admin sandbox #3516 fixed potential BSOD issue with WFP when trace loging is enabled #2471 fixed Run from Sandbox > Run > Program and ...
5/5 3,583 Jan 31, 2024
David Xanatos
   
 
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