Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 13th Oct 2006 14:12 UTC
Internet Explorer Recent high-profile security problems with Internet Explorer have done little to dent its market share - or maybe not, according to conflicting reports on web browser use. Web analytics firm reckons that IE's global usage share is 85.85 per cent, an increase of 2.8 per cent since July 2006. Mozilla Firefox's open source browser claims second place with a share of 11.49 per cent, a decrease of 1.44 per cent since July 2006. Apple's Safari claimed 1.61 per cent (down 0.23 per cent), and Opera held 0.69 per cent of the market. However, statistics from websites tools firm Net Applications, cited by Ars Technica, paint a contrasting picture.
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RE[5]: This is randomness but...
by sappyvcv on Sat 14th Oct 2006 14:59 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: This is randomness but..."
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No, you said IE. What difference does the browser make when you're visiting a TRUSTED site but have a keylogger or other malware?

I trust Windows to use when visting my bank site because I know what is on my machine. I only use IE to visit trusted sites and I don't run executables unless they are trusted.

It's only "incredible funny" because you are unable to fathom that some people aren't as incompetent as you when it comes to windows.

Anyway, carry on with your vendetta.

Edited 2006-10-14 15:03

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