Microsoft connects rival browsers to Windows 10's Application Guard

Microsoft earlier this month released a pair of add-ons for Google's Chrome and Mozilla's Firefox to cobble together an unwieldy connection between those browsers, Edge and Windows 10's advanced security technology, Windows Defender Application Guard (WDAG).

The debut of the browser extensions - separate add-ons for Chrome and Firefox - was quietly plugged at the end of a March 15 blog post relating a recent Windows Insider build. That build, 18358, will lead, presumably next month, to

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