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    Application security expert Michael Cobb discusses the risks of Web browser extensions and what enterprises can do to counter browse plug-in threats.

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  • IE8 brings focus to cross-browser compatibility and Web standards

    With IE8, for the first time Microsoft will have a browser that adheres to pre-established Web standards. The browser, which is still in beta, will play by an established set of rules which will bring predictability and consistency to your Internet experience. Could these new rules introduce...

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  • Strong growth expected in advanced mobile web browser market

    As the mobile Web continues to develop and become more device-friendly, the mobile browser market is expected to grow and change significantly over a short period of time.

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  • Can I control an IE 6.0 Web browser from a VB.NET Web application?

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  • Making sense of browser elections, part two

    Why do unwanted browser elections keep popping up on Windows administrator's Event Viewers? How can administrators stop this insanity? Doug Paddock continues to answer these questions and more in this part two of this tutorial on browser elections.

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