Secure Web Browsing

Web browsing offers a wealth of information and access to the world’s information however, it also opens doors to malicious attackers. Attackers may target the browser in order to spy on the data that it transmits (such as when users input personal data into forms) or exploit weaknesses in the browser in order to gain access to devices, files and data that are stored in memory.

A secure browser is one that was built from scratch to prevent these attacks, yet still providing an experience for users that is at par with the expectations of users. To ensure that a browser is secure, it should have a green padlock on its URL bar, and also display warnings when you visit sites which do not support HTTPS.

It is important to select a browser with security features and also one that lets users add-ons or plug-ins that have been tested. Not only could these applications from third parties be a possible source of malware, but they can also slow down a browser or introduce additional points of failure to a system.

A secure browser should offer fast performance without sacrificing the functionality. The best browsers are simple to use and do not slow down. This is crucial for companies that require their workers to be mobile and work from home or other remote locations. It is also important for students to be able to study from anywhere they have an internet connection.






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