Bromium's Tiny Prisons for Malware

A startup’s security software treats your PC like a quarantine zone
Illustration by Jakob Hinrichs

Computer security relies on a simple principle: Keep the bad stuff out. This might mean using clever gear to monitor your network. Or it might take the form of antivirus software that keeps nasty worms from burrowing into a PC. But if heinous code does get through, there’s little to do other than find a place to cry.

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