Microsoft has made the source code for its Web Sandbox Live Labs project to protect Web content through isolation, through open source under the Apache 2.0 license, according to a report released this week on port 25 from the Microsoft site.
Sandbox Web provides the technology to the code until pureed while maintaining process isolation, quality of service and security protection. This results in many web applications as inherently fragile with unpredictable service quality.
Since the announcement of the technology preview in the Professional Developers Conference in Los Angeles in October 2008, Microsoft has open-source web framework and sandbox with industry leaders to develop Web in a box full of sand industry solutions, Microsoft said.
Microsoft is for developers who are experimenting with the website Sandbox, even including the sample, so that developers can try to break the sandbox.
“Since the first version of Web Sandbox, we received many comments from Web security community. Our goal is to help achieve widespread adoption of website sandbox, and to promote interoperability with complementary technologies such as frame scripts Labs” Microsoft Live, said on its website Sandbox.