I’ve been reading about Cloudflare’s browser isolation and I have a general question:
If a company decides to implement this solution on their employees laptops and they work from home, what is forcing the user to browse using the wrap client instead of directly browsing? is there a setting (like Proxy) which prevents the user from browsing the net until it starts the wrap client?
There’s a way to install WARP with additional parameters so that users will be forced to connect to WARP without the option to disconnect - even if they exit the WARP application.
I would say this works well with standard Windows users (without Administrator permission). But, if the user has administrator permission and is tech-savvy, he might be able to find out the background service and terminate it.
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