Microsoft Ripley tool


New MS Tool ‘Ripley’ Clones Browser, Runs Remotely

Scientists at Microsoft Research have unveiled a new way to secure complex Web applications by effectively cloning the user’s browser and running it remotely. Many of the latest Web applications split their executable code between the server and the client. The problem is detecting whether the code running on the user’s home PC has been compromised in some way. The new Microsoft solution, known as Ripley, was announced on Tuesday at the Association for Computing Machinery’s Computer and Communications Security Conference in Chicago. Read the full article. [MIT Technology Review]

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