I personally am not familiar with the program, and perhaps someone with more experience with it can chime in. However from my observations, it would appear that it is like a "sandbox" program. There are several out there. It seems legitamate enough, however they are non-essential. As long as it's free, I wouldn't see anything against it. Though personally, I'd never pay for such a program.
Just be careful of programs that are free, but once downloaded identify "threats" and try to convince you that you must purchase another product of theirs inorder to remove them. This is a pretty common scam. I'm not saying BZP will do this, I haven't tested it. I'm simply just giving a warning/heads up.
BZP does use a sandbox approach. I don't know if really tech savvy people use or read Kim Kommando .com site. Her site directs one to a free download website.However if one goes to the official BZP website,they only offer a 30 day free trial download.Cnet gives BZP a high rating.
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