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  1. From the author... The message is too generic. I will change it to "A sandbox was detected!" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandbox_(software_development) SIW checks if some Kernel's functions are intercepted by other processes. The warning is generated if, for example, the CreateProcess function (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms682425.aspx ) is not pointing to kernel32.dll ----------------------- He thinks it's probably the unloaded SandBoxie. Thanks for your help.
  2. I'd be a lot more comfortable if I knew what was causing the error. Is there another forum you are aware of where the authors answer questions? I can't be the only user experiencing this... I sent the author an email.
  3. That service is set to manual, and is currently not running. Is anyone else getting this error in SIW? It does seem to be something new with this version.
  4. No file with that name is running, directly or as svchost. Might it run with a different name? I never noticed this error when running SIW before, but 2008-12-16 is a new version. Are you guys getting this error as well? If it is a default service I would expect so. Hmmm... I don't get it when I run an earlier version.
  5. I had specifically killed the service before running SIW, so neither are currently showing up in Task Manager (or ProcessExplorer). However, the error doesn't directly say "sandboxie", but rather says "A virtual machine (like SANDBOX) is running". I wonder if it could be referring to something else? I have no other VMs intentionally running or even installed at this time.
  6. Odd problem with SIW current version. I have Sandboxie on my system but not running, even as a service. SIW is warning that it is running. ProcessExplorer says that it is not. Is SIW just seeing it as existing on the system and warning that it could be started?
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