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Transmute is a bookmark converter that can import and export bookmarks, or favorites, between the latest web browser bookmark formats...

February 2, 2015 By Darq Software

Brigg Anti-Toolbar

Remove toolbars from Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Opera, and Safari. You can remove any add-on including those that cannot be...

December 4, 2013 By Brigg Software

Google Wave to miss IE6

Turns out that the "developer preview" of Google's latest creation, Google Wave, is not as open as one would expect, with the preview only being open to attendees of Google's I/O conference — but there is another way to see it in action. And forget wanting to use IE6 with it.

May 28, 2009 by

IE8 needs Canvas support

IE may be the quickest browser to load pages, but this is not a 100m dash; seems like someone has forgotten to tell Microsoft that there is another 300m of JavaScript to go until this race is over.

March 19, 2009 by

Chrome, Firefox get clickjacked

Security researchers have discovered a flaw affecting Google's Chrome browser which exposes it to clickjacking — where an attacker hijacks a browser's functions by substituting a legitimate link with one of the attacker's choice.

January 28, 2009 by

IE zero day: Money v tubes? Choose one

In light of the unpatched IE zero day, AusCERT has cautiously advised organisations to "consider" using an alternative browser; or even kill browsing altogether. For organisations with locked down computers, is it time to support two browsers?

December 16, 2008 by

Avoid using IE if possible: AusCERT

Australia's Computer Emergency Response Team (AusCERT) has recommended organisations "consider using a web browser other than Internet Explorer until a patch becomes available" — an option that many large firms cannot seriously consider.

December 15, 2008 by

Major Web browsers fail password protection tests

That nifty password management feature in your favorite Web browser could be helping identity thieves pilfer your personal data.That's the biggest takeaway from the results of this test which shows that all the major Web browsers -- including IE, Firefox, Opera, Safari and Chrome -- are vulnerable to a total of 20 vulnerabilities that could expose password-related information.

December 15, 2008 by

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