Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 30th Jan 2008 22:57 UTC, submitted by irbis
Opera Software "Tabs. Mouse gestures. User-agent switcher. Dedicated transfer window. Pop-up blocking and javascript abuse filtering. Integrated search box. Page zoom. Session saver. Chew on those features. We'll be coming back to them."
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Opera flawless 10/10
by qb46q5234b6 on Sat 2nd Feb 2008 03:13 UTC
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A fully customized opera interface and lightened configuration is all you need imo. It has no security exploits, string based ad filtering, full compliance with the acid 2 web standard test, rss, widgets, inbuilt mail/irc client, usb compatibility, remembers all your logon accounts and lots more extra features should you ever want to use them.

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RE[2]: Opera flawless 10/10
by TLZ_ on Sun 3rd Feb 2008 19:58 in reply to "RE: Opera flawless 10/10"
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"A google of "opera vulnerability" gets about 400,000 results"

Opera got a lot in the it-news, because Opera getting a security issue was a big deal, in contradiction to IE and even Firefox(but less than IE) where it is common.

Now to call Opera(or any browser really) flawless is off course stupid, but Opera is by far if not the most, at least one of the most secure browsers out there.

Here is secunia's view of current new(not beta) browsers security situation. (Unpatched vulnerabilities), ranked from no known critical exploits to more critical exploits.

1. Opera 9.x (None):
2. Firefox 2.x (Less critical):
2. Safari 2.x (Less critical):
3. Internet Explorer 7.x (Moderately critical):

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RE[2]: Opera flawless 10/10
by KLU9 on Sun 3rd Feb 2008 20:51 in reply to "RE: Opera flawless 10/10"
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A google of "google ninja is an idiot" gets about 230,000 results.

Try it.

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