Thanks anyway. The problem with kernel flaws is that when let's say AppGuard protect against a number of them, however it happens that exploit happens to open kernel level something that even AppGuard cannot protect against? Also, I'm very much surprised by this test it says that Google Chrome by far beats all other sandboxies even SBIE4-even if we talk about tightly configured SBIE4? WS (WS=Windows Security) explained why is that a case above to me. And yes I do use Firefox newest version with NoScript, AdBlock plus but I also do recommend Public Fox which blocks unwanted downloads from everywhere on the net, click * to block all downloads and also you can use password protection for this. This is what Google Chrome actually needs something similar.