Sandboxing on Google Chrome for Mac OS X

Google Chrome for Mac is coming along fine, Jeremy Moskovich explained “how the developers implemented sandboxing, an important Google Chrome feature”. “Starting a sandbox involves a single call to sandbox_init() specifying which resources to block for a specific process. In our case we lock down the process pretty tightly. That means no network access, and very limited or […]

Google Chrome for Mac is coming along fine, Jeremy Moskovich explained “how the developers implemented sandboxing, an important Google Chrome feature”. “Starting a sandbox involves a single call to sandbox_init() specifying which resources to block for a specific process. In our case we lock down the process pretty tightly. That means no network access, and very limited or no access to files and Mach ports.”

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