The Verge: Firefox’s latest security feature is designed to protect itself from buggy code

The Verge: Firefox’s latest security feature is designed to protect itself from buggy code. “The feature, called RLBox, was developed with help from researchers at the University of California San Diego and the University of Texas, and it was originally released as a prototype last year. It’s coming to both the desktop and mobile versions of Firefox. At its core, RLBox is a sandboxing technology, which means that it’s effectively able to isolate code so that any security vulnerabilities it might contain can’t harm the overall system.”

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