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Old 29. Mar 2010, 08:04 PM   #19 (permalink)
emmjay
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Originally Posted by Anupam View Post
I don't know about IE, but Mozilla take the security vulnerabilities seriously, and do not have a "so what" attitude.
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And yes, definitely it can be called as the "next generation browser" because it has bought many changes in the browser scenario, just like Firefox did, some years ago.
Tnx Anupam. The 'so what' was in reference to the add-on crowd not the browser guys. Secunia has had an on-going conversation with Adobe for many years regarding the security exposures that they were generating. It is well documented that they displayed a 'so what' attitude and did very little to remedy the problem. It has improved somewhat, but it is not as good as it should be.

'Chrome, Next generation', sounds encouraging. Do you know of any place where I could see a comparison chart on browsers? I'd like to know how Chrome measures up?
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