Microsoft wants you to use Edge. In an attempt to lure the more security-conscious users, the company is testing a new "Super Duper Secure Mode." No, that's not a name we made up; it's what Microsoft is calling this new browser mode in Edge, at least for now. What Is the "Super Duper Secure Mode?" Microsoft's "Super Duper Secure Mode" is in testing with the Edge Vulnerability Research team, as first spotted by BleepingComputer . The overall idea of the browsing mode is to bring security enhancements without significant performance impairments. Ideally, the company would be able to create a locked-down browsing experience without creating any slowdowns or bottlenecks. The new browser mode removes the Just-In-Time Compilation (JIT) from the V8 processing pipeline, which is designed to reduce the attack surface threat actors can use to hack into Edge. To put that even more simply, the browser mode removes a method that hackers could use to hijack a browsing session. At the moment we are disabling JIT and enabling CET in the renderer process. ACG enablement is next after we do some testing. We also have plans for Android and Mac as well. Android being the most interesting since mobile is such… Read full this story
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