Specifying Per-Site Policy with Chromium’s URL Filter Format

Chromium-based browsers like Microsoft Edge make very limited use of Windows Security Zones. Instead, most permissions and features that offer administrators per-site configuration via policy rely on lists of rules in the URL Filter Format. Filters are expressed in a syntax that is similar to other matching rules, but different enough to cause confusion. ForContinue reading “Specifying Per-Site Policy with Chromium’s URL Filter Format”

Security Zones in Edge

Browsers As Decision Makers As a part of every page load, browsers have to make dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of decisions — should a particular API be available? Should a resource load be permitted? Should script be allowed to run? Should video be allowed to start playing automatically? Should cookies or credentials be sentContinue reading “Security Zones in Edge”