Is this msg right. i saw this in cnet.com Let's see if I understand this. Firefox is open source. Every hacker in the world gets to see how it works, and write some code to take advantage of flaws/holes. What a challenge they face. Not. Every security site gets to look at the code, tell Mozilla and get the kudos. Mozilla turns around fixes and distributes them for free. And it doesn't take years. The users get to decide when to upgrade, rather than having some sneaky background tool install and reboot their system in the dead of night. IE users get to wait years for upgrades. New features arrive less quickly and frequently than leap year. Lots of poor slobs get to pay Mr. Softee for the privilege of using a newer, yet non-standards compliant, browser, since they can't get the new browser without changing the O/S. Hackers, of any stature, wait to ply their skills for good or evil until Vista rears it's oh so late head. I am not impressed. If Firefox is losing market share, we the users are worse off, IMHO. does this mean that firefox is very unsafe? and that opera is the most secure and safest browser on the market to date?