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Is that worth ?
 

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Sounds like a program that actually does the opposite. A big bunch of spyware, wouldn't surprise me if it's send all this data right back to a central server for its own benefits.
 

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That's what I thought. Thanks!

I guess no program can help like that ?
 

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Isn't needed!

Previously, I used to have s*** load of apps like this because I would regularly run suspicious stuff on my PC. But recently, I learned to set-up a virtual machine, so all my experimenting takes place in there, and in case of accidents, its easy as pie to format the virtual HD. Sandboxie is over-rated IMO, many malicious software have an anti-sandbox system in place now.
 

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Isn't needed!

Previously, I used to have s*** load of apps like this because I would regularly run suspicious stuff on my PC. But recently, I learned to set-up a virtual machine, so all my experimenting takes place in there, and in case of accidents, its easy as pie to format the virtual HD. Sandboxie is over-rated IMO, many malicious software have an anti-sandbox system in place now.
^This. Then just secure erase the virtual hard drive file off your real hard drive once you're done/if you need to.
 

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So, the virtual machine is the answer ?

@Skyhop,

Very funny but for your information... I am not into porn, man! Thank you very much. :p
 

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I think it'd be next to impossible for a virus to escape from a virtual HD into the 'real' one, but who knows? lol Some freaky coder might find a work-around some time.

But as for now, VM FTW!

So, the virtual machine is the answer ?
Well there are some highly paranoid chaps out there on the internetz who use a large VM for almost ALL their online and normal activity, only using the main PC for necessary stuff like professional/business stuff and signing into important online places (banks, email accounts etc). But I just use it to make sure that cracks, keygens and hacking tools are safe :D
 

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Look at the purple sentence:

Okay, got it! Thanks. :p
 
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