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    Newly updated: This Web browser security tutorial identifies the inherent flaws of Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox, introduces viable Web browser alternatives and provides tools and tactics to maximize your Web browsing security and browser protection.

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    How do I establish what plug-ins are safe for my Firefox browser? What can I do to protect myself from potential security threats while taking advantage of Firefox's offerings?

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  • The case for Konqueror over IE and Windows file managers

    The author of the new book Test Driving Linux: From Windows to Linux in 60 Seconds explains how open source conqueror compares to Internet Explorer and Firefox.

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  • Firefox fans unfazed by IE 7

    IT administrators like the security improvements in IE 7. But for those who use Firefox, Microsoft's browser upgrade isn't enough to make them switch.

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  • Using SUSE AppArmor to profile a workstation application in FireFox

    Learn how to create application security policies with Novell's AppArmor in a FireFox browser, the OpenOffice suite or any SUSE Linux Enterprise server application.

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  • What’s the advantage of OOoFf?

    I see that there's a new OpenOffice and FireFox boxed package called "OOoFf!" available for sale at around $30 USD. What would be the advantages of using this boxed version, as opposed to just downloading the software for free?

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  • Remote Firefox JavaScript flaw claim disputed

    Hacker, Mozilla security official now say the flaw results in a DoS, not code execution.

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  • Upgrading and patching Firefox: Security considerations for administrators

    Mozilla's Firefox, a rival to Microsoft's IE, is more secure and easier to use, some say. But administering it in a large organization is a definite problem and has discouraged some deployments. In this tip, Serdar Yegulalp examines ways for administrators to keep Firefox updated and secure.

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  • Author makes business case for Firefox

    Firefox book author John Hedtke makes the argument that the open source Firefox browser is more secure than Microsoft Internet Explorer.

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  • How to switch an enterprise from IE to Firefox

    Consider important issues to watch for when you're making the leap from IE to FireFox in a managed desktop environment. ActiveX plug-ins, roaming profiles and the actual rollout may pose serious problems if you are heavily dependent on IE.

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