German state security endorses Chrome as most secure browser
Germany's state security experts have recommended that Windows 7 users run Google's Chrome browser.
In a security best practices guideline, Germany's Federal Office for Information Security, known by its German initials of BSI, said Chrome was the best browser. In its published advice, the BSI said that since the browser is the key component for the use of services on the Web, it is the main target for cyber-attacks.
It said that using Google Chrome in conjunction with other measures you can significantly reduce the risk of a successful IT attack. The report cited Chrome's anti-exploit sandbox technology for special praise. This technology isolates the browser from the operating system and the rest of the computer. It also liked Chrome's update mechanism and method of bundling Adobe Flash,
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