Firefox Honeymoon over? It’s only just beginning…

George Ou from ZDnet thinks the that the honeymoon between users and Firefox is the beginning of the end. Security exploits have risen through the ranks of Firefox, more so than Internet Explorer in the last couple of months.
Sorry George, but you fail to mention one CRITICAL thing that system administrators around the globe can tell you. Microsoft only patches during a 30 day period whether or not it’s a critical flaw. At best, that’s a 30-day window for exploitation. Mozilla however has proven to be able to turn around fixes and patches in less than 3 days, with the last critical exploit worked around in the same day as the announcement.
Being proactive with your patches makes a big difference in closing potential security holes. Or did that somehow slip your mind?
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