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Saturday, February 11, 2012

Germany Called Google Chrome Most Secure Browser

The country’s state security experts claimed that Windows 7 users are recommended to use Chrome to surf the web. BSI (country’s Federal Office for Information Security) has published a security best practices guideline, where it mentioned Google Chrome as the best browser.

In the released advice, the BSI explained that the browser is regarded as the main component for the use of online services, and therefore is the key target for hacker attacks. Germany’s Federal Office for Information Security said that using Chrome coupled with some other measures can help users considerably reduce the risk of a successful cyber attack.

The BSI’s report mentioned Goggle Chrome’s anti-exploit sandbox technology for special praise, because this technology is able to isolate the browser from the operating system and the rest of the machine. In addition, the experts liked the browser’s update mechanism and method of bundling Adobe Flash.

This isn’t the first time the outfit issues recommendations for users. A couple years ago it demanded that Germans stopped using Internet Explorer and switched to another browser – Firefox. By the way, this move was credited with wiping out the dominance of the Internet Explorer in the European Union. Moreover, BSI recommended Adobe Reader X thanks to its sandbox system as well, and also encouraged users to choose Windows' Auto Update feature in order to keep their computers up to date with security fixes of the operating system. The experts also approved Secunia’s Personal Software Inspector – a free utility able to scan a PC for outdated software and to point Internet users to appropriate downloads.

Currently Google Chrome accounts for only 14.3% of all browser market in Germany. Meanwhile, Firefox has 51%, and IE – 24.8%. 

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