I got one question via Twitter: “What if there were a convenient way to run typical Unix commands in a sandbox? E.g. grep, awk, sed, etc. Could they work as part of a pipe like this?” by @DrScriptt

Well, yes, sandboxed commands can be used that way. Let me demonstrate it.

jmoekamp@solaris:~$ sandbox -n ls -l /etc | sandbox -n grep dumpadm
-rw-r--r--   1 root     other        279 Feb. 24 14:14 dumpadm.conf
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Joerg Moellenkamp

Grey-haired, sometimes grey-bearded Windows dismissing Unix guy.