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Old 19th April 2020
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Default Sandboxie Open Sourced

Sophos is proud to announce the release of the Sandboxie source code to the community, meaning we are finally an open source tool!

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We’re excited to give the code to the community. The Sandboxie tool has been built on many years of highly-skilled developer work and is an example of how to integrate with Windows at a very low level. We’re proud to release it to the community in the hope it will spawn a fresh wave of ideas and use cases.

To download this release please visit the page here.
There are also other repos with code such as this.
One issue community must deal with is Windows requirement to sign drivers by EV certificate.

Sandboxie is Windows-only program, so I post it here. Feel free to move this thread somewhere else if I posted it in wrong subforum.
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