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Download internet virtualization software Bufferzone free version

Bufferzone is a security application which creates a virtual environment for your internet applications where you can safely download applications, open email attachments, share any file or applications via P2P without risk to your computer.

When you run your internet application such as browser, instant messenger or P2P client Bufferzone automatically loads them inside the virtual environment, keeping your system from internet threat.

The free edition of Bufferzone only supports Internet Explorer and MSN Messenger and has the following features:

  1. Safely browse with Internet Explorer and download anything in an isolated (virtualized) zone
  2. Safely chat with MSN Messenger in an isolated (virtualized) zone
  3. Safely open e-mail attachments in an isolated (virtualized) zone
  4. e-Bank and e-Shop in a trusted environment (place up to 2 trusted sites in a Privacy Zone) (+)
  5. Schedule periodic "flushes" of the Virtual Zone (+)

You can download Bufferzone free edition at source


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