Chrome, Safari, Firefox & Internet Explorer listed as most vulnerable 2010 browsers

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by nanana1, Feb 21, 2011.

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  1. nanana1

    nanana1 Frequent Poster

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    Avoiding the fact that it's aleady been posted, no one uses Opera to find exploits.
     
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    Exactly. On topic, the fact that Opera isn't even mentioned in the list, should speak volumes. It doesn't mean Opera doesn't have enough vulnerabilities, it means that no one bothered to look because no one uses the thing. If it suddenly shot up in popularity (someone send me a PM with big, flashing words when it happens, I'll need to prepare for the "end of days"), there would be many vulnerabilities found, just like every other human-created browser out there. Un-targeted does not equal safe. Here, let me fix your post for you:

    "As it had been pointed out, Opera is very fast and also one of the most safe, secure, and ignored browser."
     
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    Osaban is correct. Let's keep the discussion going in that thread: [thread=293432]Top Most Vulnerable Applications and Operating Systems in 2010[/thread]. Thanks!
     
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