July 28, 2014
According to a study carried out by Bromium Labs about what happened during the first half of the year, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer was, by far, the browser that suffered the most security holes from January to June.
In fact, the report notes that it leads in “publicly reported exploits”, in addition to setting a record number in “reported vulnerabilities.” As a consequence, Internet Explorer would have been “the most patched product and also one of the most exploited, surpassing even Oracle Java, Adobe Flash and others.”
via And the least secure web browser is….
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