Authentic8 joins secure browser wars by revisiting the thin client -- with a dash of SSO (451 Research Impact Report)

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As Web and cloud-based applications become more pervasive, the poor old Web browser is tasked with shouldering burdens it was never intended to bear. With browsers increasingly functioning as the primary interface to a wide spectrum of applications, they are exposed to an equally broad threat landscape – phishing attempts, man-in-the-middle attacks, client-side exploits, network-level snooping, DNS hacks and waterhole attacks, to name a few. While there are various methods of dealing with many of these threats, Authentic8 has come to market with a unique combination of sandbox-based secure browsing and single sign-on (SSO) that attempts to address many browser-related threats within a single offering.

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