"browser as a service"
[existential horror intensifies]
@aetios from what I can tell it's a virtualized browser instance rendering the page then sending it to your client. they seem to want to use it for secure internal pages to be distributed to home workers but they were also hyping it as a security solution for researchers.
slaps more of VPN security theater as business model to me then a workable solution but I have been wrong before.
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