There’s a lot of debate about which is the most secure web browser. Conventional wisdom says that Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, the most popular browser, is also the least secure because of the attention that hackers pay to it.
A new report says some conventional wisdom about browser security might be wrong, as a series of tests to choose the most secure browser delivered a result that may surprise many IT pros:
We reported earlier on a Google-sponsored study that named the search giant’s Chrome the most secure browser available. Now, other browser makers and security researchers are firing back with their own data.
As debate rages on about which popular web browser is better and more secure, a new study attempts to declare a winner in the fight.
Since a big chunk of the security threats companies face come from the Internet, IT must make sure users are running secure browsers. And as this recent security study shows, it’s not just the browser that matters, but also the extensions and add-ons users download.
A good web browser is the first line of defense between an organization and the IT security risks lurking online. So which web browser is the most secure? Answer:
What apps are prone to the most critical vulnerabilities? Hint: They’re some of the most popular pieces of software around.
The folks at Google have touted Chrome as the safest web browser available. But determined hackers are always finding new ways to access your company’s sensitive information.
Here’s some news that hasn’t been reported in a while: Internet Explorer’s market share has actually increased this month.