Sandbox Error

A sandbox is a virtual environment in which an application can run. The environment usually intercepts all file reads and writes and segregates the application from the rest of the computer system. It is difficult to use most applications running in a sandbox since external data must be moved in and out of the sandbox.

Hackers often use sandbox techniques to dissect how an application and its security or protection system works to help them pirate software. Viruses also use this technique to intercept and steal data.

To eliminate the Sandbox error code, you must unistall all Sandbox programs and reboot. The licensing software detects Sandbox programs and returns an error code. By definition, sandbox programs and software protection are incompatible.]

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