Who's got the most secure Web Browser?

Dave Northey, Microsoft Ireland: I was just reading this report from Cenzic - it makes for interesting reading!For accuracy, I'll point out that the report states that web browser vulnerabilities comprised roughly 5% of the total application vulnerabilities - all the same, it's nice to see Microsoft doing so well.I like the "top ten" list […]

Dave Northey, Microsoft Ireland: I was just reading this report from Cenzic - it makes for interesting reading!

For accuracy, I'll point out that the report states that web browser vulnerabilities comprised roughly 5% of the total application vulnerabilities - all the same, it's nice to see Microsoft doing so well.

I like the "top ten" list too (not that I like the fact that security is now all about the bad guys making money) - but this list has one company missing:

  1. OpenSSL
  2. Java
  3. Adobe Acrobat
  4. IBM Lotus Notes
  5. RealPlayer
  6. IBM WebSphere
  7. IBM WebSphere
  8. PHP
  9. Apache
  10. Adobe Flash

Read the report yourself - it does make for good reading.

Source:→ Dave Northey's Blog

Microsoft, Web Browser, Security