Which Is The Most Secure Browser
No matter which web browser do you use, you like to think that is the safest one possible. Around the magnificent internet world there is a large number of browsers that can be used from famous ones like Google Chrome, Internet Explorer or Apple Safari to few that are not well known. But how can you be sure that any of them is safe? Did you know that according to the Secunia Vulnerability Review 2014 browser with the highest number of vulnerabilities is Mozilla Firefox? But, you cannot judge its security only based on that fact because there are a lot other factor you need to take in account like market share and frequency of security updates. Luckily, there are couple of browsers that are built for privacy which makes them safer that the ones you usually use. But, if you do not want to change your current browser there is one thing you could do. You could install couple of add-ons that can help you stay safe online like Webutation or Do Not Track Me.
We all believe that our internet browser is meant to keep us safe but they are actually doorway into danger. Internet is full of dangerous websites, links or even files that can seriously jeopardize your safety. Do not leave all the security issues in the hands of your browser, you also need to take some responsibility. Do not click on links that don’t look secure and do not download any unsafe files. According to a 2013 Kaspersky Security study 93.01% of online attacks came from malicious URLs. You should always use extra protection no matter if you are on your computer or even on your smartphone. Use anti – virus and anti – spyware protection to ensure you online security. Find out more about browser security in this interesting infographic.
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