Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 18th Sep 2005 12:39 UTC, submitted by j-s-h
Internet & Networking A recent blog post on ZDNet contends that Firefox is not as secure as promised by counting exploits. Joseph Huang contends that severity and the number of unpatched vulnerabilites matters, not just the number of exploits discovered.
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RE: Lies, damn lies and facts
by Rehdon on Sun 18th Sep 2005 16:56 UTC in reply to "Lies, damn lies and facts"
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What's the part you don't understand, "ActiveX is bad for security" or "FF has extensions"? Both statements are true, IE integration in the operating system is one of the reasons why any security exploit can have disastrous consequences.

So, what's your problem with facts? That IE has extensions too? We're talking about security here, in case you haven't noticed.


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