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When you choose a web browser Ultimate Browser Settings: Must-Change Items In Chrome, Firefox, & Internet Explorer Ultimate Browser Settings: Must-Change Items In Chrome, Firefox, & Internet Explorer Let's take a look at those must-change browser items. Maybe you do the same, or perhaps you think that the settings should be different? Read More , the first thing you probably worry about is usability. Can it do everything you want it to do in a way that feels comfortable? You probably think about extensions The Best Chrome Extensions The Best Chrome Extensions A list of only the best extensions for Google Chrome, including suggestions from our readers. Read More and performance as well. But do you think about security 3 Ways JavaScript Can Breach Your Privacy & Security 3 Ways JavaScript Can Breach Your Privacy & Security JavaScript is a good thing for the most part, but it just happens to be so flexible and so powerful that keeping it in check can be difficult. Here's what you need to know. Read More ? If you’re not, you definitely should be.

So, which browser is the most secure? Which should you install to make sure your web browsing experience is safe? What can you do to make sure your existing browser is as secure as possible? All of this and more is answered in the handy infographic below!

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  1. Gavin
    February 10, 2015 at 1:09 pm

    Then it must be really bad that I am still using Firefox 28?

  2. Dan Gode
    January 28, 2015 at 4:28 am

    Epic Browser is the most secure browser I have found from self experience.

  3. Julie
    January 23, 2015 at 10:10 pm

    I have use both WhiteHat and Comodo. I don't like WhiteHate because just like Norton things attach to it Where as Comodo it is a hardy down earth Virus Protector as well as a browser. I was using WhiteHate and had so many intrusions form Chrome, Opera, IE and FireFox, but with Comodo i had maybe two form each and Yes Comodo has Ad blocker by default and blocks Tracking by default it also stops auto play stops Third party cookies and Comodo dose have in private browsing. WhiteHate on the other hand does not have a virus scanner attached to it like Comodo dose you can actually set the Comodo browser to scan all incoming trafic as well as out going WhiteHat you cannot. It is everyone's preference on what they use as a browser but I think i will stick with Comodo.

  4. John O'Shaughnessy
    January 22, 2015 at 5:05 am

    some browsers support extensions, many of which fulfill the functions you mark as not being included. This, I think, gives a skewed impression as to how fucntional or well-secured they are.

    • Bruce E
      January 23, 2015 at 9:46 am

      Actually, most browsers support some type of extensions and attackers have gone from targeting the browser itself to attacking the extension systems and the extensions themselves since they tend to be easier targets.

      I'll have to look them up again, but there have been "security extensions" for IE, Chrome and Firefox that have done more to subvert the browser than protect it. This was not intentional in most cases, just a matter of poor design decisions or coding choices made by the programmer/developer.

  5. Paul
    January 21, 2015 at 6:49 pm

    I use Epic Browser; any ratings on this ?

  6. R A Myers
    January 21, 2015 at 5:27 pm

    The list shows that WhiteHat Aviator blocks all certain vulnerabilities by default.

    Can the other two browsers:
    Block the same vulnerabilities if "told" to do so?
    Do a better job of blocking the same vulnerabilities?
    Block vulnerabilities that WhiteHat Aviator does not block?

  7. Von Adam Martinez
    January 21, 2015 at 5:24 pm

    On security, I use Chrome specially for banking transactions. For privacy, Firefox. I use an addon on firefox to enhance its security, the Bluhell Firewall.

  8. dragonmouth
    January 21, 2015 at 4:53 pm

    Shouldn't TOR Browser be mentioned as one that's built for privacy?

    Does this infographic show statistics for browsers on all O/Ss or, as is more usual, just for Windows?

  9. Richez
    January 21, 2015 at 3:24 pm

    Whitehat Aviator is Version 37.0.2062.99 (2.6)

    Does this matter, if aviator has important things making it better than google ?

    • Right
      January 22, 2015 at 2:19 pm

      "WhiteHat Aviator; is built on Chromium, the same open-source foundation used by Google Chrome. "
      "Our default search engine is Disconnect – not Google, which logs your activity. For good measure, Aviator integrates Disconnect – a crucial extension that blocks advertisements and much of the privacy-destroying tracking used across the Internet."
      So, get Chromium, set serch engine to Disconnect and install Disconnect.

  10. Sam
    January 21, 2015 at 3:58 am

    thank you for this info. i will check out Whitehat aviator tonight

    • john
      January 21, 2015 at 8:59 am

      Whitehat Aviator is based on Chrome and the latest version is 37.0.2062.99 (2.5) while Chrome is 39.0.2171.99. So, why use an outdated browser?