Linked by fvillanustre on Sun 1st May 2011 21:51 UTC
Linux "Qubes OS comes from an elegant concept: if you can isolate functional components within disposable containers, and you can separate those components that can be tainted through their interaction with the outside world from the core subsystems, you stand a good chance to preserve the integrity and security of the base Operating System at the possible expense of needing to jump through some hoops to move data around the system. All in all it sounds like a good proposition if it can be demonstrated to be practical." Read the full review.
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by project_2501 on Mon 2nd May 2011 00:32 UTC
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I'm surprised this hasn't happened already. The pieces are there .. Windows and Linux and others come pre-packed with virtualisation technology .. I'm surprised there isn't a "launch app in new isolation context" option ..

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RE: already?
by makc on Tue 3rd May 2011 12:27 in reply to "already?"
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Actually this sounds so much like "microkernel" to me ;)

Update: I read the article and it's a whole different story

Edited 2011-05-03 12:34 UTC

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