Sandbox2 is a C++ security sandbox for Linux which can be used to run untrusted programs or portions of programs in confined environments. The idea is that the runtime environment is so restricted that security bugs such as buffer overflows in the protected region cause no harm.

Who is it for?

Sandbox2 is aimed to sandbox C/C++ code or whole binaries in production.

See the sandboxing options overview page to make sure this is the type of sandboxing you are looking for.

How does it work?

Read our How it works page to learn everything about this technology.