Study shows antiphishing toolbars are ineffective

Tuesday, 21 November 2006, 1:11 AM EST

A new study of antiphishing toolbars has come to a stark conclusion about their effectiveness - none of them are any good.

A week ago, a report from SSmartWare Consulting, told the world that Mozilla’s Firefox 2.0 had the best antiphishing capabilities, while a month ago a report from 3Sharp LLC claimed Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 7.0 was the best.

At Computerworld.

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