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About SuperSniffer

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  1. Thanks so much for your reply Fabian! That's a real shame about VB - I see what you mean about the long list of incompatible apps. You'd think they could get their act together! Do you know if bridged networking in VMware is any better? If it is, I suppose I could switch over to that. Thanks again!
  2. Really? Shoot. Is there any progress on a fix for it, or some kind of workaround?
  3. Hi! I've been trying to get a couple of Virtualbox VMs running with a bridged network connection for the past couple of days with no real luck. My host is Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit, and the VMs are Ubuntu and Linux Mint. I actually seemed to have a bit of luck with Mint -- I can ping IP addresses successfully, and I can visit sites by IP address just fine. However, domain resolution doesn't work! I've traced the problem down to OA (on the host). If I disable the "OA Helper Driver" under my network adapter, everything works beautifully. As soon as I re-enable it, DNS fails again. I've trie
  4. Sure thing! I really do hope they get it fixed, because I really love OA so far! Ok, I sent you my system info file. Thank you again for looking into this!
  5. Ah, I just did that, and it works! I've launched Chrome successfully sandboxed in SBIE without any lockups! Thanks! I don't feel great about excluding Chrome from OA's protection, though. Being the paranoid type, I prefer to have layered security - especially for a primary internet-facing app that is a large vector for attacks. I did, but after you suggested that it might be causing issues, I disabled it and tried loading up Chrome in SBIE to have the same result: a PC lockup. After that I actually uninstalled OA and reinstalled it, keeping the default settings. Then I tried launching Chr
  6. Thank you both for your replies! Isn't this dangerous? What if a malware manages to slip past Avast and MBAM and install in the sandbox? I'd have no way of knowing, correct? Yes, I've double checked that OA is checked off in the compatibility list. When I start Chrome sandboxed, the green border appears around the window as if OA is running Chrome "safer", even though I've verified that neither Chrome or SBIE are set to "RunSafer" (no programs are, in fact - everything is set to run normally). Also, when I run Chrome without SBIE, no green border appears around it. SBIE is configured not
  7. Hi, I recently downloaded and installed OA Premium on my W7 32-bit system and I've been having some issues which appear to be related to the combination of OA, SBIE and Google Chrome. I was previously running Comodo Internet Security with no issues. I uninstalled CIS, used CCleaner to remove leftover registry entries, cleared my sandbox, restarted, and then installed the OA premium trial. The install went fine, no errors or issues of any sort. I then restarted again to make sure everything was good to go. SBIE automatically detected OA and prompted to add it to the compatibility list. Howev
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