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UK Gov’t Says "No Evidence" IE Is Less Secure

January 31st, 2010 01:00 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

aliebrah writes “Lord Avebury tabled a parliamentary question in the UK regarding the security of Internet Explorer and whether the UK government would reconsider its use. He got an answer from the UK Home Office that’s unlikely to please most Slashdot readers. The UK government contends that ‘there is no evidence that moving from the latest fully patched versions of Internet Explorer to other browsers will make users more secure.’”

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