OS-level virtualization is a technology that partitions the operating system to create multiple isolated Virtual Machines (VM). An OS-level VM is a virtual execution environment that can be forked instantly from the base operating environment. OS-level virtualization has been widely used to improve security, manageability and availability of today's complex software environment, with small runtime and resource overhead, and with minimal changes to the existing computing infrastructure.One advantage of running untrusted mobile code in FVM is the fast clean and repair. ... Finally, the system call logging and analysis module in the FVM layer can detect suspicious behaviors of processes ... As a result, not only separated email attachments and downloaded VM VM MS Word c.msi winword.exe a.doc Openanbsp;...
|Title||:||OS-level Virtualization and Its Applications|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|