Running a web browser from your PC can cause all sorts of security or anonymity issues; e-g: content downloaded could be run automatically from your PC, resulting in disk encryption or other unpleasant events. It would be great if we could run most of this in a container so that we have as much of the web browser sandboxed, and limit the PC's exposure to security events.
So, we want to be able to run a sandboxed Firefox web browser inside a container. The web browser should [obviously] share the PC's display and provide sound. It should behave as if the browser was installed on the PC.
Goal for this Hackweek
Run a fully sandboxed Firefox web browser, on a PC that doesn't have Firefox installed.
This project is part of:
Hack Week 22