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Describe browser isolation.

Browser isolation is like creating a virtual bubble around your web browsing to keep all the potential internet threats away from your actual device and network. Instead of directly accessing the internet, your browsing activity happens in a separate, disposable environment.

Imagine you’re browsing inside a protective shield that shields your computer and network from any harmful stuff on the internet. This shield is not physically connected to your device, making it difficult for viruses, malware, or cyber attacks to reach your personal information.

Some call it remote browser isolation, web isolation, or remote browsing. The main goal is to tackle a common weakness in security tools, which often struggle to defend against web-based attacks. By isolating your browsing, you’re essentially reducing the chances of any online threats getting through to your device. It’s a step forward from traditional security practices like physically isolating sensitive systems or air-gapping.

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