In the age of remote working and hybrid work models, the web browser isn’t just an accessory— it’s the central environment, the main stage. Functioning as our primary workspace, a bridge to countless SaaS applications, and the access point to an infinite number of web destinations, its importance cannot be underestimated. Yet, with its multifunctionality comes vulnerability.
As the boundary lines between office, home, and public spaces blur, attackers are now increasingly targeting this gateway, capitalizing on its position as the crossroad between cloud, web environments, and physical endpoints. Worryingly, standard commercial browsers offer minimal security, making them prime targets. The consequence? An alarming surge in cyber-attacks targeting these very browsers.