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[tor-talk] TorBrowser Sandboxing as alternative enterprise equivalent: BitBox



Hello,

thinking about the problem of Tor Browser Sandboxing, i would suggest to
look at the excellent approach taken by the commercial Crypto company
Sirrix AG with their product (partially opensource) BitBox.

BitBox uses a model somehow similar to Whoonix but with a
user-experience that's completely transparent, leaving the end-user with
the experience on using a normal browser while in the backend on his
desktop computer there are two sandboxed operating system using
virtualbox to interact each other.

That architecture and security model could be the one to look forward
for TorBrowser future rather than just looking at "application-level"
alternatives.

References:
- BitBox product
  https://www.sirrix.com/content/pages/BitBox_en.htm

- Installation Manual of BitBox Opensource Edition
  http://download.sirrix.com/media/downloads/65964.pdf

- discussion on BitBox Security

http://security.stackexchange.com/questions/121266/how-secure-is-browser-in-the-box


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Fabio Pietrosanti (naif)
HERMES - Center for Transparency and Digital Human Rights
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