Microsoft: Nothing to gain from Firefox flaws
Microsoft claims it has not gained anything from the recent spate of security flaws that have been discovered in Firefox, even though the open-source browser is a rising rival to the software giant's Internet Explorer.
Peter Watson, chief security advisor at Microsoft Australia and New Zealand, told ZDNet Australia that the software maker did not get any pleasure from seeing Firefox suffer a string of security vulnerabilities, despite the open-source browser's growth seemingly being stunted over recent months. Microsoft: Nothing to gain from Firefox flaws | Tech News on ZDNet
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