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How to Test Whether Avast AutoSandbox Feature Working Properly

Avast is already one of the best free anti-virus programs around and the latest version (Avast 6.0) introduces some powerful features like AutoSandbox. AutoSandbox feature automatically isolate suspicious programs as soon as they are launched, preventing malware from infecting or damaging your computer.

However, an annoying thing about sandboxing technology is that there are some indications that it does not work perfectly. If you want to test whether your Avast’s autosandbox feature working well, here is a simple testing tool.

 Autosandbox test tool is a tiny program that creates a file in the root of disk C:\ and in the registry Run key. Avast should trigger the autosandbox feature on this file. If the file is not autosandboxed, there may be some problem. (via)

Download Avast AutoSandbox testing tool


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