As an IT-specialist from the Jurassic park age, where you had write C-level code to setup everything basic what is now available in modern development platforms, I often read security related marketing stuff which has to be a blatant lie. Because Wilders Security is populated with people from all sorts of backgrounds I think it should have a wiki-leaks part (thread) in which marketing claims are de-bunked and de-mystified, like the German website Schein-sicherheit (fake security) did in the past. Let me provide one as an example The 'true lie' in this marketing claims is that Yes it is based on Chromium, but NO it does not has all of Chrome (security) features. Comodo Dragon does not offer the PPAPI version of flash. PPAPI plug-ins effectively run in a second sandbox, smartly crafted by Chrome developers it a) Reduces attack surface because communication is handled through PPAPI-proxy b) Code is sanitized and aligned (in NEXE dynamic linkers) to prevent exploits c) Code is segmented (sandboxed) using capabilities at processor level (similar to ASLR) So effectively I get a second sandbox within the Chrome sandbox when I use Chrome's PPAPI flashplayer. Obviously Comodo Dragon is missing this Flash plug-in (like any other Chromium based browser), so how in the world can you claim it has ALL the features and is SAFER as CHROME I ask other members with more recent technological knowledge to add more examples and Admins to make it a sticky.