Linked by David Adams on Tue 16th Aug 2011 16:43 UTC, submitted by HAL2001
Internet Explorer Microsoft's Internet Explorer 9 has proved once again to be the best choice when it comes to catching attacks aimed at making the user download Web-based malware. This claim was made by NSS Labs in the recently released results of a test conducted globally from May 27 through June 10 of the current year, which saw five of the most popular Web browsers pitted against each other. Windows Internet Explorer 9 (IE9), Google Chrome 12, Mozilla Firefox 4, Apple Safari 5 and Opera 11 were tested with 1,188 malicious URLs - links that lead to a download that delivers a malicious payload or to a website hosting malware links.
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Just for fun...
by JPowers27 on Tue 16th Aug 2011 21:16 UTC
JPowers27
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2008-07-30

If users can add websites to the list and they get added in within the hour, then I'm assuming that they don't review the URL very well...

Maybe we should add http://www.microsoft.com to the IE black list ;)

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