February 26, 2009

Test Center: Safari 4 preview

Apple's new beta of Safari for Mac OS X and Windows is fast, beautiful, tuned to the latest Web standards, and finally even with the remarkable WebKit project

February 3, 2009

Beware the sting of XSS

Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, and Safari all offer some protections, but vigilance is the best defense

February 3, 2009

Test Center guide to browser security

Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, and Safari have different security advantages and shortcomings. More important than the browser you choose, however, is how you maintain and use it.

January 30, 2009

Test Center: How secure is Safari?

Apple's Web browser has many good protections, but lacks security zones, granular controls, and strong cipher support

January 29, 2009

Test Center: How secure is Internet Explorer?

The world's most popular browser is also the most frequently attacked, but comes with controls and management capabilities other browsers can't match

January 28, 2009

Test Center: How secure is Opera?

Opera Software's underrated browser is rich in both features and granular security controls, but misses important Windows protections

January 27, 2009

Test Center: How secure is Firefox?

Mozilla's popular Web browser is long on user-friendly features and third-party extensions, and short on granular security controls

September 3, 2008

Lab test: Google Chrome vs. Internet Explorer 8

Next-generation Web browsers from Google and Microsoft deliver innovation and robustness at the cost of a truly massive memory footprint

May 29, 2006

Hack Tales: Keeping thin clients synced from coast to coast

Ingenuity and creative Perl did away with laborious system configuration

May 15, 2006

Zimbra's Web-based platform takes aim at conventional e-mail

Using AJAX, Zimbra delivers a surprisingly rich Web-based e-mail client, but its mail server and extensive integration capabilities are equally impressive

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