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Time-Limited Giveaway Program Sandboxes Your Windows Computer: Isolate Your Browser, Email, IM and More December 18, 2010

Posted by Randy Tyler in General.
How BufferZone Works
BufferZone creates an isolated environment called the Virtual Zone. The Virtual Zone "buffers" your PC from all forms of known or unknown attacks that originate from the Internet and external devices. All of your private information is secured in a trusted and separated environment.

  • Safely download anything in an isolated (virtualized) zone
  • Safely open e-mail attachments in an isolated (virtualized)
  • e-Bank and e-Shop in a trusted environment (Privacy Zone)
  • Safely browse in an isolated (virtualized) zone
  • Safely chat with IM in an isolated (virtualized) zone
  • Schedule periodic "flushes" of the Virtual zone
  • Safely share with P2P applications in an isolated (virtualized)
  • Safely use USB devices in an isolated (virtualized) zone
  • Lock your personal files (in confidential folders) inside a trusted zone
  • Important software upgrades pass automatically into the trusted zone
  • Take a "snapshot" of the Virtual Zone for one- step restore
  • Application Control
Windows XP, Vista and 7 (32-bit)
Further information about system requirements, please see:

Download (14.57 MB) BufferZone Pro now at:
SHA-1 (BufferZoneProFree.msi): 6203A4C2CBA4132F88C2FD8FD4FE52E962D38FAF

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