Hosting Flash and Java on enterprise endpoints presents challenges for IT organizations. These applications are the targets of numerous zero-day attacks and create administrator fatigue because of their constant need for security updates and patches. An administrator can support thousands (or tens or hundreds of thousands) of users, and upgrading their endpoints with new software can take months and cost millions. Most IT organizations would love to do away with Java and Flash on the endpoints, but unfortunately, employees need Java for internal legacy apps to simply get their job done every day.
With the Menlo Security Isolation Platform, potentially harmful content such as Java and Flash is executed safely away from the endpoint in Disposable Virtual Containers (DVC), and all the visual elements are presented in a high-fidelity native experience to the user without delivering any active content that can infect the endpoint. Administrators can now remove Java and Flash on users' browsers but still allow access to Java and Flash content without the risk of malware.