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Insecure Plugins Ding IE, Safari, Chrome, Opera

January 25th, 2010 01:46 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

krebsonsecurity writes “The Web browser wars often focus on which browser is more secure, but the dirty secret is that insecure plugins are a serious threat to all browsers, from the perspectives of both stability and security. Krebsonsecurity.com features an informative look at the administration page for a popular browser exploit kit called Eleonora, which suggests that plugins like Adobe Reader and Java are leading to successful compromises for users surfing not just with Internet Explorer, but also with Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Opera.”

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