Edge Application Guard Isolates Untrusted Sites

Windows Defender Application Guard for Microsoft Edge uses Windows Hyper-V virtualization technology to isolate the Edge browser when loading untrusted sites. By loading untrusted sites into a browser running in an isolated environment, malware cannot get to the Windows OS. However, the technology relies on organizations maintaining trusted site lists, and, like Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection, it will only be available in future releases of the Enterprise editions of Windows 10.

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