Clarification about AVAST! AUTOSANDBOX while installing software

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When I start to install any new program there shows a notification message from Avast regarding sand box. I want to know what is the sand box? Do I continue to install softwares in this situation? or can I drop?

AVAST! SUTOSANDBOX

For your safety, avast! has automatically placed the following application inside the sandbox.

File: D:My DumpCore-FTP-LE-2-1-Build-1649-.exe

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Answered By 0 points N/A #119304

Clarification about AVAST! AUTOSANDBOX while installing software

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Hi Irish,

Base on my own research this is what I found and it keeps interested.

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Where in the head is absolutely detected the awful cipher Avast provides for the actual cease and restoration-safe environment. In this way the arrangement is not afflicted by the Malware and defended ambience is restored, accessible for abutting use.Hope this answer you.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #119305

Clarification about AVAST! AUTOSANDBOX while installing software

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The sandbox is basically a protected area (or "box") on your system that is created by Avast.  It is basically a part of the system that is used to separate running code from the entire system.  Avast creates the sandbox for running executable code.  If you run the installer in the sandbox, the software will be installed but once you restart the system the installed program will disappear as if it was never installed in the first place.  In the event that the executable code turns out to be a trojan or malware or virus-infected, all you will have to do is to shutdown the sandbox or restart the system and everything will be back to normal as if the Malware attack never happened.

The autosandbox feature of Avast cannot be turned off.  If you are trying to install a software or trying to run a program that you are sure is virus-free and safe but Avast wants to sandbox it, you can always tell Avast to run it normally instead of sandboxed.  The key is you should think for yourself whether you trust the program that you want to install and decide whether you want to sandbox it or not.

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