Cnet writes “We specifically chose the Netscape browser because it has the added advantage of hosting numerous security features while also having the ability to run both the Triton (IE) and Gecko (Firefox) rendering engines,” Nick Labosky, a director at HP, said in a statement sent via e-mail.
Although this is a conusmer and not business play it is important (for Netscape) and reveals how the browser market COULD be turning away from Microsoft Internet Explorer to other browsers on an institutional, tech vendor level.
In the end, however, I don’t think the browser is so much the reason for more or less security but the vigilance of the end user. Read the full Cnet article here.
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