Web browsers are the primary mechanism for user interaction with the Internet. As such, their security is a constant concern due to the ease of exploitation and the ability of adversaries to interact directly with users. Common vulnerabilities associated with browsers include unsecure configurations, exposure to malicious websites and applications, and unsecure browsing habits due to poorly trained or unaware users.

Browser isolation is a security technique that separates a user’s web browsing activity from the local network and computer by executing web content on remote virtual machines or containers.