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Dell and its new super secure firefox

SnugglesTheBear (1822258) writes | more than 4 years ago

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SnugglesTheBear (1822258) writes "'The browser, which is based on version 3.6 of Firefox, comes with Adobe Reader and Flash plug-ins, as well as the ability to create 'white' and 'black' lists of the processes that may be started during web surfing as well as the sites that can be visited.

"Limiting browser use to specific sites can control usage and protect from cross-site scripting attacks. By specifying which sites are to be blocked, it makes it easy to keep users away from known bad sites, and thereby limit their exposure to attacks," Dell said.' Coupled with the malware shipped in Dell's motherboards, you will still have an infected machine, but perhaps this can help.."

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