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GreenBorder Enterprise Security Solution GreenBorder Technologies Price: Starts at $59.95/seat for IE; $24.95/seat for Outlook @exb GreenBorder Enterprise Security Solution @exe GreenBorder approaches malicious code with a unique attitude--"Who cares?" Enterprise Security Solution doesn't detect anything; it protects Internet Explorer and Outlook users from themselves through a sandboxing technique that allows arbitrary code from untrusted sources to execute harmlessly. Virtualization and trust are key to GreenBorder's effectiveness. Security managers assign trusted status to specific e-mail domains and servers, and to network address ranges for Web servers. GreenBorder's desktop agent forces IE or Outlook to run in a virtualized environment for untrusted sources, preventing malicious code from accessing system resources or user data. One limitation is that trusted domains are generally assumed to be under the control of the organization. This makes it difficult to extend the trust model outside organizations. As a practical matter, most sources are treated ... Access >>>
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