What is sandboxing?

Sandboxing is Software Management Strategy. In this case the untrusted application is executed in an isolated environment, so that any incident materializing out of the vulnerabilities will be contained in that environment alone. Once the fix is identified and carried out for the incident, then the application is moved to the intended environment.

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Why sandboxing?

  • Prevent Threats
  • Inspect untested codes
  • Identify malicious software
  • Added layer of protection

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Protection of critical infrastructure
Testing of malicious codes
Rapidly detect attacks
Better understanding of untested codes

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To initiate sandbox, the software is executed in a protected environment and observed by controlling the resources used


Usually this mechanism is performed on untested or untrusted codes as an effort to eliminate any potential threats that can crop-up