If you’re anything like me then you’ll have a favourite browser that you use most of the time. Even if you have more than one installed on your desktop, my bet is that there’s one you use in preference and that your finger naturally clicks on rather than another.
With web threats such as sites infected with malware and bogus webpages designed to phish your identity so commonplace, it’s interesting to find out which browsers people are using when they surf the web.
So every now and then I’m curious to learn what browsers people are using when they visit the Sophos website. I asked James one of our web wizards to produce a report for me on browsers visiting our site in the last week, and this is what he found:
As expected, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer rules the roost, but Mozilla Firefox has a not-to-be-sniffed-at 24.35%. This almost quarter share of the market is pretty impressive in my eyes, but I wonder if it’s been slanted by the kind of people we have visiting our site…
Read more in my article on the Naked Security website.
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