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Network Sandbox

A sandbox is an isolated environment on a network that mimics end-user operating environments. Sandboxes are used to safely execute suspicious code without risking harm to the host device or network. Using a sandbox for advanced malware detection provides another layer of protection against new security threats - zero-day (previously unseen) malware and stealthy attacks, in particular. And what happens in the sandbox, stays in the sandbox - avoiding system failures and keeping software vulnerabilities from spreading.