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ReHIPS / Re: Is there a conflict with sandboxie?
« Last post by fixer on December 15, 2019, 08:52:30 am »
Welcome back, nick ;)

Basically ReHIPS isolates in the following way. For every isolated program it creates a custom restricted Windows user called ReHIPSUser. Each time this program is started it's started from this restricted user. By Windows security model other users (ReHIPSUser in our case) can't access private data (files, folders, registry, etc.) or affect programs of other users (other ReHIPSUser-s or real user, the one you use). And because it's a simple user (not Admin) it can neither affect the System. This is the first level and basic level of isolation. Some other levels are also in place, but they mostly tighten this concept than bring something drastically new.

So basically no, isolated programs don't have virtualized registry. They have their own registry hive and simply can't access real user registry hive or write to system parts of the registry. And the same goes for file system objects.
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ReHIPS / Re: Is there a conflict with sandboxie?
« Last post by nick on December 14, 2019, 11:48:03 pm »
Sorry for the so delayed respond but it was a busy period with deadlines for me, no time to spend trying ReHips.

I didn't mean it like that, what I meant is that there are programs that require access to specific locations/to specific installation path and also make changes to registry. In the virtual environment approach as it is implement at least on sandboxie you don't have to worry about that, program understands that everything is done as required but everything is in the virtual environment, do not change something to the system and very easily removed. With effort that can be done for files and folders on ReHips too but it is not trivial or clear. As far as it evolves registry I'm not sure what happens and actually that is a question:
Following this https://forum.rehips.com/index.php?topic=9560.0 seems to imply that there is a virtualization of registry? I understand that if there is an attempt to entry a new value that will not be accepted? What about modify, what is the relation with the Registry keys access rights that you give for that isolated environment?
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ReHIPS / Re: Now is the time for ReHIPS to shine
« Last post by fixer on December 04, 2019, 06:55:56 am »
Hello, TestUser, and welcome to our forum.
Kasperky is more of a classic antivirus with its features specific to this class like performance or overall security.
But if you want to buy several copies, contact me and we'll think of something ;)
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ReHIPS / Re: Now is the time for ReHIPS to shine
« Last post by TestUser on December 02, 2019, 09:28:45 pm »
Maybe also think about the price. In Europe ReHIPS is 60€ for one PC. So if you need a family pack its about 33€ for e.g. Kaspersky for 3 pcs on amazon or 177€ for ReHIPS which would you choose? [Not talking about security geeks here but family's]


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ReHIPS / Re: Now is the time for ReHIPS to shine
« Last post by fixer on November 27, 2019, 07:44:02 pm »
It's a magical time of wonders. So who knows, everything is possible :)
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ReHIPS / Re: Now is the time for ReHIPS to shine
« Last post by Mr.X on November 27, 2019, 06:48:30 pm »
Are we going to get a Xmas present aka new version next month?
 ;D
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ReHIPS / Re: REHIPS folder - copying vs moving files
« Last post by Stephen on November 20, 2019, 11:12:42 pm »
Thank you fixer. I found it now!
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ReHIPS / Re: REHIPS folder - copying vs moving files
« Last post by fixer on November 20, 2019, 09:33:05 pm »
This blogpost discusses "Open File Access", you can find this drop-down list in isolated environment options under Windows User Name and Isolated Environment Name.
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ReHIPS / Re: REHIPS folder - copying vs moving files
« Last post by Stephen on November 20, 2019, 09:28:10 am »
Thank you for redirecting me to the FAQ article. However, I couldn't locate the actual details that you refer to, because the ReHIPS Help file doesn't have a search function. Where is the Open File Access feature and where do I see the ADD_FILE allowed access right?
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ReHIPS / Re: REHIPS folder - copying vs moving files
« Last post by fixer on November 19, 2019, 05:17:31 pm »
Take a look at this feature https://forum.rehips.com/index.php?topic=9484.0
You'll probably find it more usable, though slightly less secure.
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