Security startup isolates untrusted content in virtual machines
Security-software startup Bromium is shipping its first product, a virtualization client that runs any untrusted content inside its very own virtual machine — a microVM — protecting the underlying operating system and whatever content is stored on the physical machine from theft and malware infection.
The software, VSentry, is aimed at stopping threats that have never been seen before and so can’t be detected by signature-based defenses. It also lets end users access whatever content they want to without risk of infecting their own machines or other machines on corporate networks, the company says.
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