__/ [OK] on Saturday 17 September 2005 06:06 \__
> FireFox vulnerabilities: 40
> FireFox exploits: 11
Vulnerability != Compromise/attack.
As long as Firefox remains a strong and ambitious minority, it will continue
to offer its user much better security. Note that I leave productivity and
robustness aside in this argument. Interestingly, you quote only those
numbers that suited you. Allow me to fill a gap:
"In April-September timespan there were 6 exploits for MSIE, 11 for
I haven't yet heard of anyone who came under fire when using Firefox. I
should point out what most people whom I know use Firefox.
You want to use Explorer? Suit yourself. Firefox doesn't work for you? Well,
then it must suck to be in your shoes.
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