:cyclone: BrowserBox is Web application virtualization via zero trust remote browser isolation and secure document gateway technology. Embed secure unrestricted webviews on any device in a regular webpage. Multiplayer embeddable browsers, open source! [Moved to: https://github.com/BrowserBox/BrowserBox]
If you're concerned about these kinds of bugs on your local OS platform you may consider "abstracting away" your local connection point via a remote browser. This way, whatever your local machine and OS, you can have a dedicated server that you run your browsing through. Granted it doesn't enclose your entire network connection: only your browsing, but what it does there is change your IP address, mask your location, and add protection from browser 0 days.
We're constantly adding new features add BrowserBox to respect and protect privacy and improve the overall experience. It's open source so you can change it how you want too. If you don't like AGPL-3.0 you can get a commercial license. Come take us for a spin: https://github.com/dosyago/BrowserBoxPro
If you don't want something open source, but prefer the joy of a large company I think Mullvad also has their Mullvad Browser which does something similar!
BCC - Tools for BPF-based Linux IO analysis, networking, monitoring, and more
In Linux you can use eBPF. See https://github.com/iovisor/bcc for an easy way to write eBPF, or look for something in the tools/ dir that does what you want. You distro might have these packaged in bcc-tools or similar.
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1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 9 Dec 2023
"Every time a new Go release happened, the package stopped building, and the authors had to add a new file with a new //go:build line, and then the entire ecosystem of packages with that as a dependency had to explicitly update to the new version" -- Go itself
2 projects | /r/programmingcirclejerk | 6 Dec 2023
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1 project | /r/truecharts | 29 Nov 2023