Recently, Microsoft has created a new web site, designed to highlight the advantages of the Internet Explorer web browser. As it turns out, Mozilla did not like the idea of such page at all and has responded to the software giant claims.
According to Johnathan Nightingale, Mozilla’s director of Firefox engineering, such marketing tricks are notable for the things they fail to include. Following such statement, Johnathan has proceeded to name three features that should have been listed, those include: HSTS, Do Not Track and patch response time.
As you might imagine, Firefox and Google Chrome web browsers already support the HSTS (HTTP Strict Transport Security) standard, while Internet Explorer does not. However, in Microsoft’s defense, the mentioned feature is only a draft spec and hasn’t been finalized yet.
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