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Bromium evolves virtualisation-based security

Bromium’s micro-virtualisation technology was originally developed to enable users to open any executable file, document or web page without fear of infecting the host PC or networks, but now the company has turned the concept around.

The original technology puts each task into its own virtual machine (VM) or micro-VM, which is destroyed when the task is completed. If an attack occurs during any of these tasks, the malware remains contained and isolated inside the micro-VM, unable to access the operating system or any other system or network resource.

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