The Security Sandbox Violation refers to the flash applications which are run inside a security sandbox that prevents them from accessing data they shouldn’t be. For instances, if your application is web-based, then it will be forbidden from accessing the files on a user’s local hard drive. And the application is not web-based then it will not be forbidden from accessing the web.
Sometimes, when an application attempts to access data which is outside of its sandbox, then an error message will appear on your screen which says; Error #2060: Security sandbox violation: External interface caller http://z.moatads.com/.
However, Skype Error 2060: Security Sandbox violation at times creates lots of problems, and this error stops Skype from working properly on Windows 10. Majority of users are facing this issue that Skype freezes and become unusable. But you don’t worry; here we will guide you how to fix this Skype error 2060: Security Sandbox Violation.
Steps to Troubleshoot Skype Error 2060: Security Sandbox Violation
Primarily, confirm that your Skype is up to date and you have downloaded all the latest Windows 10 updates. But before proceeding towards the steps, we recommend you to use the below-given steps in a proper sequence to avoid errors, and it takes less time in completing the process. Here how to fix it:
- Launch Internet Settings tab in the Control Panel.
- Press the Windows + R keys together to open the Run command box.
- Then, type “inetcpl.cpl” under the command box.
- Navigate to the Security tab and then choose “Restricted Sites” option.
- After that, click on the Sites button and add https://apps.skype.com to the list.
- Next, close all the windows.
- Now, restart the Skype.
Congratulations, now this will prevent you from all the ad banners in the Skype to use Flash, which indicate that no more Skype error 2060.