Internet Explorer Security problems has once again risen the browser to the top of the world’s most UNWANTED list. Internet Explorer was released in 1995; it’s been almost 20 years since Microsoft’s Internet web browser has been in circulation/available. You would think after almost 20 years of having a web browser in circulation and being included with the Windows operating system, that Microsoft would have taken the time and effort to really get into making their web browser the most secure— considering that Microsoft makes it a requirement that their Internet browser be integrated with the operating system— but NO, they haven’t done that.
Back in January 2010, United States and Germany both advised all their users not to use Internet Explorer because of security flaws. I can respect the fact that Microsoft wants to continue pushing Internet Explorer as the default Internet browser and that they want everyone to use their browser default, but sadly, Internet Explorer has always had an excessive amount of security flaws to it and Microsoft seems disinclined to take Internet browser security seriously.
Internet Explorer has consistently and repeatedly shown itself to be the worst performer of Internet browsers available. Google’s Chrome and Firefox have repeatedly established themselves as the Internet’s most secure browsers. So it comes as no surprise, that since the latest security problem with Internet Explorer, users are being advised to use either Chrome or Firefox.