Hi wat0114, I think the additional advantages are the various options available in Firejail. E.g., you can blacklist (or only make read-only) directories or files. See the examples in man firejail-profile. The firejail profile for Chromium (which I also use for Chrome) looks like this: The included files are disable-mgmt.inc ... and disable-secret.inc : You see that a couple of important directories and files are protected as any access by Chromium/Chrome is forbidden. You are free to add more. As I said before, this feature is kind of an Apparmor light - for Arch users not bad as Apparmor and SELinux are not easily available. I hope that the Firejail author will implement more fine-grained control in the future.