Today, my company released a report comparing several anti-phishing technologies, including a beta version of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 7. I note this because I was one of the researchers and authors of the report. Needless to say, we’re already catching a lot of flack in the press because we scored IE7 the highest of the various products.
Many of you have heard my opinion of IE6 (I switched to Firefox back in the 0.4 timeframe). I just want to say that through my exposure to IE7 as gained through the testing for this project, I ended up switching back to IE7. I’m now using IE7 RC1 as my main web browser, and slowly converting my mass of Firefox bookmarks back over to IE7 RSS feeds and favorites (as appropriate).
So, make of that what you will.