It's a Buggy Time for Internet Browsers

Security still is one of the hottest topics related to Internet operations, and the latest news from the world of browsers finds that both Microsoft and Netscape's browsers have bugs related to security and privacy issues.

Just recently, Microsoft presented users three bug patches and is reportedly about to issue another patch. Similarly, Netscape is working on two problems related to browser security.

Without providing any reason as to the latest problems, both companies have defended their browsers, citing that security is a top-notch concern.

Users are advised to visit the browser home pages for more information.

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