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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by Hiev on Tue 16th Aug 2011 16:47 UTC
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IE9 it is a very decent browser, I use it on daily basics.

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by Laurence on Tue 16th Aug 2011 19:04 in reply to "..."
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I use it on daily basics.

Was that an intentional typo or just an amusing accident?

Edited 2011-08-16 19:05 UTC

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by Hiev on Tue 16th Aug 2011 19:37 in reply to "RE: ..."
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Yeah, it was missspelled, but not on porpose.

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