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Browser breakers

The growing popularity of attacks against Web-browser software is evident in new research conducted by CompTIA, the Computing Technology Industry Association. The survey found that 36.8 percent of the nearly 900 organizations interviewed had seen browser-based attacks jump 25 percent from the previous year. Browser-based attacks are those that take place when a Web page contains malicious code that can compromise a Web browser. @ More information on the CompTIA survey is at SM Online.

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