[Owasp-brazilian] Browser Virtualization - Endpoint Security

Lucas Ferreira sapao at sapao.net
Wed May 14 12:00:22 EDT 2008

Na linha de "safe browsing", achei interessante o seguinte comentário:




On Wed, May 14, 2008 at 9:04 AM, Marcos Aurelio Rodrigues
<deigratia33 at gmail.com> wrote:
> ForceField is Check Point's implementation of the browser virtualization
> concept, in which all of the operating system elements that interface with
> the browser -- including the registry -- are duplicated during a Web
> session. If malware or some other infection is introduced, they interact
> only with the duplicate, leaving the core operating system unharmed.
> "It's sort of like a stunt double that you see in the movies," says Laura
> Yecies, vice president and general manager of Check Point's ZoneAlarm
> consumer division. "The duplicate takes all the risks, and your most
> valuable assets stay safe."
> While users are in the "sandbox," ForceField also protects them with a range
> of security tools, including anti-phishing tools, spyware site blocking,
> site ratings, download scanning, keylogger jamming, temporary file
> encryption, and a "private browser" mode that prevents others from viewing a
> user's online activities.
> Integra...
> http://www.darkreading.com/document.asp?doc_id=153775
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> <deigratia33 at gmail.com>
> CCNA, MCSO, Security+
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