What a farce. Microsoft has put up a web page which purports to "evaluate your browser security". In fact what it does it look at what specific browser you are using, and then take a few cheap shots at Firefox and Chrome. For an early morning laugh, I just tried it on Opera and got "We can't give you a score for your browser". Translated, that means "this don't know squat about browser security, this is not a 'security test' it is a browser identification string scan".
There is one thing about it that surprises me, though. It has a counter running which supposedly shows "Total Attacks blocked on the web by a browser using Smart Screen Technology". The counter actually has no connection to anything else, and no input from anywhere else, it is just a counter. But it surprised me, because I didn't think there was anyone at Microsoft who actually knows how to count, much less was capable of writing a program which can do something as terribly sophisticated as displaying a continuously updating counter. I'm sure there were "countless" meetings held to specify, design, implement, test and document that fantastic program!
Well done, Microsoft, you should be immensely proud of your work.