An independent security research group named NSS Labs found that Internet Explorer 8 came out on top at stopping phishing attacks. Firefox and Internet Explorer both tied first followed by Opera and Chrome. Safari was the biggest loser, coming last with only 2% of phishing attempts being blocked and there was no difference between the… Read More
There has been some issues with my blog and viewing it with Internet Explorer 6 (mainly the lightbox effect) and since Internet Explorer 6 is 8 years old I felt it was time that people should be upgrading their web browsers to atleast Internet Explorer 7.
Just recently I got a suggestion via Skribit to stop forcing you, the reader to use a certain web browser. Now with out being rude, I am not forcing you to use any web browser. For those that don’t know what I am talking about, I have a bar across the top of my page… Read More
Well, it looks like the publicly available WebKit (Apple’s Safari) has succeded in getting 100/100 for the Acid3 test. Opera has also claimed it has reached 100/100 too, but is an internal build at the moment. You can download the latest nightly build of WebKit (r31368 – Windows / r31370 – OS X) over on… Read More