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Browser Security: IE vs. Safari vs. Firefox

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| Overall, I feel safest using Firefox paired with NoScript, but I keep Safari
| and Pith Helmet around for some sites that either won’t run on Firefox, or
| for those times when I absolutely need the browser to use an operating
| system’s functionality directly. I also even occasionally will run IE inside
| a Parallels virtual machine, but when I do that, I immediately revert the
| virtual machine back to a pre-browse snapshot of itself, but that’s another
| topic for another time and column.
|
| I firmly believe that Firefox gives you the most secure browser for the least
| effort.
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http://itmanagement.earthweb.com/sec...1076_3757531_1


Yesterday:

Mozilla Foundation developing a model for a security metric

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| The Mozilla Foundation plans to develop a better model for gauging the
| security of its Firefox web browser. In contrast to Microsoft, the number of
| officially provided security updates is not to be the sole parameter used.
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http://www.heise.de/english/newstick...571/from/rss09


Firefox Users Most Secure on Internet, Study Reveals

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| Mozilla Firefox fans might rest a little easier these days after a study
| released Tuesday revealed that its users are most secure on the Internet.
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http://www.crn.com/security/208802248
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