Mozilla takes aim at Opera security

Thursday, 11 January 2007, 12:03 AM EST

Opera Software may well be putting its browser users at risk by not properly disclosing security vulnerabilities to vulnerable users.

At least that's the allegation made by Mozilla Corp.'s Asa Dotzler. According to the security research firm that discovered the recent Opera vulnerabilities, Opera's security disclosure practices are no better (or worse) than most vendors'.

At Datamation.

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