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Chrome continues its march to security domination. We nod knowingly.

Posted May 22, 2012    The eEye Research Team

As security researchers, we’re always looking for ways to put the security conversation in the spotlight; be it an interesting fact, figure or editorial. By now you’ve probably read about how Google Chrome has achieved the number one browser position, worldwide (according to StatCounter). Coming in at about 32.76% of the global browser market share,…

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The Reality of “The Dirty Dozen” and why I love Google Chrome

Posted November 17, 2010    Marc Maiffret

If you have been following your security news the last couple of days you will have seen that there have been a handful of headlines about the “Dirty Dozen” most vulnerable applications with Google Chrome coming in at number one. Just from that fact alone I became quickly suspicious on the science behind the calculations…

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