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Notable article from Brian Krebs on Security (KrebsonSecurity)

I personally use Internet Explorer 11,as my default (Browser). Although many with their own discretion choose to utilize Either Chrome/Firefox. Having said this....I can respect any user choice/preference. With all the issues with Firefox/Chrome Browsers, especially with continuously problems with (Add-ons/extentions, Which I never experience with Internet Explore 11. I sincerely hope that Internet Explorer 11, does not adapt to the expediated habit of updating it,s version too frequently.

For by doing so, stands the chance of re-occurring problems as the other above Mentioned.

For example, here is a article by Brian Krebs on security:Bugzilla Zero-Day Exposes Zero-Day Bugs — Krebs on Security

Regards,

Catdaddy

Cliff
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Typo: Briankrebsonsecurity

Cliff
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Here's a good article on the topic - I have not verified their stats or methodology though. (they do make pretty graphs).

A look at vulnerabilities in the 5 most popular browsers - Secunia Vulnerability Review 2014

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Edit for spellcheck

Header duly amended.  The Edit button should have appeared for you too CD.  (at right side for a thread)

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Duly noted....My BAD....Smiley Happy

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He he....;-)

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It should be noted that Jive, our host software, doesn't allow header editing of any but the first post.  So if one wants the corrected subject to continue on one must reply to the first post to "carry it over" so to speak.  Or reply to an edited response like I did here.