I read about Chrome OS in the security section, and I was wondering what the meaning of "sandboxing" that they keep mentioning is. Is this sandboxing like Selinux or Apparmor ?
So, as far as I know, Chrome and possibly other browsers have a very low privilege process spawned for every tab. How do browser extensions interact in regard to this sandboxing? I'm not talking ...
With Windows 8, Microsoft introduces the Metro Apps which run in a sandbox environment, and therefore should be more secure. I would be interested to know if this higher security that the metro apps ...
I am using Google's Chrome browser under Linux (Ubuntu) 64 bit for web browsing. If I a virus uses for example a leak in the flash player, the virus will get the privileges of the user who started ...
I've stumbled upon the following on the blog of the NoScript developer Giorgio Maone. First, he quotes the following ArsTechnica article about an XSS bug in Adobe Flash: As useful as sandboxes ...