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View Poll Results: What browser do you most often use on your PC?
Internet Explorer 18 17.14%
Firefox 3.x 24 22.86%
Firefox 4.x 17 16.19%
Chrome 26 24.76%
Opera 2 1.90%
Safari 9 8.57%
Netscape Navigator 0 0%
Other 9 8.57%
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Old 10-28-2013, 06:23 PM
 
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This is a serious concern if you have other security loopholes. Such as no ssd/hdd encryption or a trojan.
Absolutely! That is why I wanted to share.

We are informing any and all our Chrome users who might be processing confidential data thru their browsers.
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Old 10-28-2013, 06:47 PM
 
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There's also the fact that Google's 'altruism' is a trifle suspect, since they're in the data collection and reselling business, and have made no bones re that being what GMail is all about. So I expect Chrome reports more than the usual.
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Old 10-29-2013, 10:36 AM
 
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Just for fun: Which one?

Personally, I use FF 3. The interface is just right (not the crappy, minimalistic interface of Chrome or FF 4), and it usually works fine for me. I was actually an early adopter of Firefox, switching to it from IE when it was still called "Firebird", mainly for the tabbed browsing capability (important on the dial-up connection I suffered with at the time, as well as satellite connections) and the fact that I was mostly using Linux at the time.
The best browser is Firefox, IE is just fine i mean yes you can use it if you have no other options and chrome is the worst browser. i don't use for just Facebook so i can say that 1- Firefox 2-Internet Explorer 3-Chrome.
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Old 10-29-2013, 08:38 PM
 
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GOOGLES main goal IS TO SPY ON PPL USING CHROME AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE! (I doubt they will fix the supposed loop holes)
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