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Old 3rd March 2011, 14:31   #1
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Default All web browsers suffer from terrible security

Codenomicon is a Finnish security company which is warning that all browsers are full of dangerous exploits.

Using something called "fuzzing," its software automatically sweeps and scans to find all potential exploits. It has high level government and corporate contracts.

Codenomicon has just released the results of "fuzzing" on the most popular web browsers available - and guess what - they're no good. Fanboys for Firefox, Opera, Safari and Chrome are being handed a white flag to stop their bickering in terms of security. They've all received a "bad" rating or worse.

http://www.techeye.net/security/all-...#ixzz1FXygzrtd
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