firejail vs BitBox : Which is Better?

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firejail

firejail is a SUID sandbox software that reduces the risk of security breaches by restricting the running environment of untrusted applications using Linux namespaces, seccomp-bpf and Linux capabilities.

License: Open Source

Apps available for Linux

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BitBox

BitBox is a virtual surf environment software. Developed by Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity GmbH

License: Free

Categories: Web Browsers

Apps available for Windows Linux

firejail VS BitBox Feature comparision

Feature firejail BitBox
Sandbox
Live sandbox
Local server
Multiple languages
Works Offline
Command line
Monitor File Changes
Malware analysis
Virtual Machines
Virtualization
Web Browsers Based on Chromium
Web Browsers Based on Firefox
Cloud computer
In-Depth Analysis
No installation
Based on Chromium
Based on Firefox
Built-in Ad-blocker
Privacy focused
Support for TOR
Security & Privacy
Customizable
Cloud sync
Extensible by Plugins/Extensions
Android Sync
Built-in Adobe Flash Player
Open VMDK files
Zalando integration
Built-in VPN
Bookmarks
Lightweight
Built-in RSS reader
Customizability
Developer Tools
Portable
Web Development
Operating system
Scriptable
PDF annotation
Casting to TV
MultiTouch
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