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Google-Funded Study Awards Security Crown to Chrome; Firefox last
Browser vendors are constantly on the lookout for things to brag about. While just about any type of bragging rights are welcome, vendors are mostly found crowing about either speed, security or HTML5 compliance. This time it’s Google’s turn to break into a victory lap, for Chrome has just been crowned the most secure browser in a study conducted by Accuvant Labs (PDF).
Not that it’s going to affect Google’s celebrations, we’d like to point out that the study in question was commissioned by the web giant itself. Now that we have made the take-this-with-a-grain-of-salt appeal necessary with a study that ends up portraying the party that funded it in the most positive light, it’s time to proceed to the details.
Maximum PC | Google-Funded Study Awards Security Crown to Chrome; Firefox Comes in Last
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