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Web Browser

A program that allows one to search, find and disseminate information over the Internet. Web browsers have become almost indispensable in business because of the sheer volume of information currently available.
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They provide a way for a Web site to track a user's patterns and preferences and, with the cooperation of the Web browser, to store them on the user's hard disk, usually without your knowledge.
Final details of the display would be determined by the application responsible for its presentation (a Web browser, for example).
In 2006, X-Force also observed considerable Web browser exploitation and a strong increase in the use of Web exploit obfuscation and encryption to make it difficult for signature-based intrusion detection and prevention products to detect attacks.
The Pluck Web browser companion is currently available and can be downloaded for free at www.
Internet Web Browser saves a company money on long distance charges by allowing the users to play their voice messages over the virtually free Internet," said Ed Hansen, Director of Product Development for CTL.
MBI) is an affinity Internet software and new media company whose initial product is a customized web browser based on the Internet Explorer platform from Microsoft (Nasdaq:MSFT).
Stratum to Enterprise Users Worldwide via Standard Web Browser
The Opera family of Web browsers have received international recognition from both users and industry press for speed, standards-compliance and flexibility.
Widespread adoption of the Web by businesses around the world is driving the rapid rise in enterprise information portals that provide content via Web browsers.
Already in 1997 Opera Software saw the emerging market for Internet devices, and started porting Opera to operating systems other than MS Windows, Soon Opera for EPOC is joined by the Linux, Mac, Be, and OS/2 platforms in the Opera family of Web browsers.
For example, iHEAT eliminates the need to upgrade software on each PC by utilizing standard commercial Web browsers for HEAT application access.
com provides a familiar, easy-to-use graphical user interface that works with web browsers like, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator, to allow members to drag-n-drop files or use graphic buttons to cut, copy, paste, email and fax files.