December 14, 2011  1:20 AM

Chrome is the most secure browser



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Browsers, Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Security

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August 21, 2011  5:20 PM

Browsers: Who’s the safest of them all?



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Browsers, Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Malicious Website, Malware, Safari, Security

How safe is your web browser?...


May 4, 2010  12:37 AM

Secure Computing: Harden Your Browser



Posted by: Ken Harthun
14 Golden Rules of Computer Security, Browsers, Internet Explorer, javascript, Scripting, Secure Computing

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March 30, 2010  12:37 PM

Security Humor: Internet Explorer Security Settings



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Firefox, insecure, Internet Explorer, Security Humor

If...


March 29, 2010  11:27 PM

Out-of-cycle Patch for IE Coming Tomorrow



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Firefox, Google Chrome, insecure, Internet Explorer, Microsoft, Patch management, Patch Tuesday, Security

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February 24, 2010  3:24 AM

A Tale of Two PCs



Posted by: Ken Harthun
insecure, Internet Explorer, Patch management, Security, Security practice

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August 24, 2009  2:18 AM

I Use LastPass



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Browsers, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Password, password manager, Security, Security management

OMG! I just opened that box that Pandora gave me. I have often said that I don’t like password managers because I don’t consider them secure. That goes double for the password managers built into the browsers. I don’t like anything to reside directly on my system, so that leaves a remote...


May 31, 2009  6:56 PM

Search for Screensavers at Your Own Risk



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Browsers, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Malware, Microsoft, Microsoft Windows, Opinion, Secure Computing, Security

Enter “screensavers” into any major search engine and there’s better than a fifty percent chance that any result you click on will land you on a malicious website. According to McAfee’s recently released report “


February 14, 2009  3:54 PM

There is no "Super Secure" Browser



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Browsers, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Malware, Microsoft Windows, Opera, Secure Computing, Vulnerabilities, Zero-day vulnerability

Security is a complicated process, leaving many to desire a magic bullet. Unfortunately, there isn't one. No matter how much security developers build into software, the behavior of the person seated in the chair will always be the weak link. Truth be told, all of the major browsers are safer than...


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