Which Is The Most Secure Browser? – Infographic

“With every website you visit, you’re vulnerable to hackers out to steal your personal information. In the last year, the top 5 most popular web browsers had, on average, 186 vulnerabilities.

According to a 2013 Kaspersky Security study, 93.01 percent of online attacks came from malicious URLs, and US users had an online infection risk of 38.1 percent. So which browser should you use to keep your information secure?”

Take a look at this infographic to find out, which comes courtesy of Whoishostingthis.

Which is the Most Secure Browser?

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