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The advent of "Web 2.0" applications has changed the requirements for a web browser: it has evolved from being an application for rendering static web pages to a host of a variety of applications, where each web page represents a distinct application, such as a news feed, an email client or a video application. This new role has led to the emergence of new security holes in the web browser. While research has focused on fixing these vulnerabilities by augmenting solutions to the current browsers, limited work has been done in designing a browser from scratch considering the current and future role of the browser. The web browser is quickly evolving as a mini-OS running a huge variety of application code.
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