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Deepnet browser guards against phishing
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 12/03/2004 07:49:00 PM.

Internet users are getting more Web browser choices. On the heels of a new Netscape preview release and the launch of Firefox 1.0, a U.K. company on Thursday released a Web browser it claims is more secure than Internet Explorer (IE) or Firefox.

Deepnet Technologies on Thursday made available version 1.3 of its Deepnet Explorer. The free Web browser is based on Microsoft's IE, but offers additional features, including one designed to protect Internet users against increasingly common online scams known as "phishing," according to the company's Web site.

Deepnet Explorer seeks to protect users against such attacks by blacklisting known phishing sites and analyzing Web addresses and Web sites. Phishing scams typically combine spam e-mail messages and Web pages that look like legitimate e-commerce sites to steal sensitive information such as user names, passwords and credit card numbers.

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