Internet Explorer 9 hammers rivals in download blocking test
According to Avast Software, a survey of 600K Windows based systems has shown that the number Windows XP infected with rootkits is out of proportion to the OS’s market share. The majority of these infections are on XP systems running Service Pack 2 (SP2) or earlier. Microsoft stopped supporting SP2 with security patches over a year ago, leaving them vulnerable to many different types of viruses and malware. SP3 is still supported and has a higher level of security. The original article can be found here.
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[pullquote cite=””]The in-house reputation system used in Internet Explorer 8 and 9 is markedly superior at blocking social-engineering attacks than the Google equivalent used by Chrome, Firefox, Apple’s Safari, an independent test by NSS Labs has found.[/pullquote]