The hunt for a safe and secure browser has long been the focus of computer users due to the rapid increase in cyber crime. Due to its popularity, Internet Explorer long became the focus of attacks. This gave rise to alternate browsers such as Opera and Firefox. These alternate browsers rapidly increased in popularity and maintained a relatively positive record for deterring would be cyber criminals. Apparently, that has now changed. Symantec is now reporting that there is truly no "safe" browser free from exploits and holes.
I tend to agree with Symantec's assessment of the situation. The simple fact of the matter is, as soon as a "safe" browser is released, there will be someone there to hack it. Hop on over to BetaNews for the rest of the story.
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