Re: OT: where to go for simple newbie advice on e-mail being 'hijacked'
- From: MarkG <mark.gillespie@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 23 Nov 2009 20:59:07 -0000
On Mon, 23 Nov 2009 18:33:27 -0000, Ian Rawlings <news06@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 2009-11-23, Paul-B <paul@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Macafee is bloatware crap, btw. Avast free is better, lighter and
Probably best to switch browser too, Chrome seems to be pretty issue-free
at the moment, it's the one I use on the sole Windows box I use to access
the net, a small netbook with a 3G card in it, Explorer, Firefox and even
Opera have quite a few vulnerabilities regularly reported, Chrome has
escaped so far, either through lack of market share or just proper design!
Nonsense. Opera is right up there at the top of security, followed by IE (!!), Firefox and Safari suffer at the bottom. (Chrome is a webkit Safari derivative)
"Of the browser vulnerabilities mapped by Cenzic, Firefox racked up 44 per cent of the total, with Safari bugs making up a 35 per cent slice of the browser vulnerabilities. Internet Explorer was third, with 15 per cent, with Opera copping for six per cent."
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