Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 17th Sep 2005 17:00 UTC
Mozilla & Gecko clones "Now that Firefox has become the first viable contender to Internet Explorer in years, its popularity has brought with it some unwanted attention. Last week's premature disclosure of a zero-day Firefox exploit came a few weeks after a zero-day exploit for Internet Explorer appeared on the Internet. Firefox not only has more vulnerabilities per month than Internet Explorer, but it is now surpassing Internet Explorer for the number of exploits available for public download in recent months." Note: Read this article, and especially the update, carefully before commenting.
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by abdavidson on Sun 18th Sep 2005 08:45 UTC
abdavidson
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2005-07-06

Firefox rules, this guy is an MS stooge, OSS means you're safer even if people can exploit it more (love that one), and Opera doesn't count and Bill Gates smells bad!

Yep, thats about the long and short of the arguments here. Well done.

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