[HackerNews] Mozilla Begins Rolling Out ‘Site Isolation’ Security Feature to Firefox Browser

Mozilla has begun rolling out a new security feature for its Firefox browser in nightly and beta channels that aims to protect users against a new class of side-channel attacks from malicious sites.
Called “Site Isolation,” the implementation loads each website separately in its own operating system process and, as a result, prevents untrusted code from a rogue website from accessing

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