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03 May 12 One third of Firefox users vulnerable to known flaws; IE and Chrome continue …


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Article source: http://www.informationweek.com/aroundtheweb/security/one-third-of-firefox-users-vulnerable-to/7639305232326a79767a414837564e726541426937773d3d?itc=SBX_iwk_fture_sociative_Security

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