Passages is a secure virtual browser that protects your computer by isolating all web content in a hardened virtual machine. It looks and feels like a normal browser (because it is) and provides enterprise level provisioning, monitoring, and management. Passages segregates all communications from the local network and hides your identity and corporate affiliation, making it safe to explore any web content—including Flash and Java—without the risk of infection to your machine, data, or network. Passages protects your identity and information without limiting your capabilities, giving you access to all the web without the risk.
How does Passages protect me from malware?
How does Passages protect my identity and network location?
What is a virtual browser?
What is network isolation?
Why does Passages look like Firefox?