Monday, July 13, 2009

Deepnet IE Browser

I have never heard of Deepnet Explorer, until an article on.
These bills themselves as "the world's first online + P2P + of the browser."

P2P technology is part of the Gnutella "to share and download files, browse the Web. Access to the files of millions of other users in the Gnutella network."

There is a built-in RSS reading "news readers bring news to you. But it also keeps access to your favorite news sites a day, only subscribers to their RSS / Atom news feed and

Deepnet Explorer allows the compilation and display of all The latest news on a screen. "

They also report to the police fraud. "It's working principle is to use a blacklist of known phishing sites and by analyzing the URL and Web site."

It only applies to Windows, it uses the Internet Explorer's rendering engine.
This does not mean that it will be vulnerable to any security vulnerabilities of the engine.

The Deepnet Explorer to protect users from such attacks a blacklist of known phishing sites and analysis of Web addresses and Web site. Phishing schemes typically combine spam e-mail and web pages look like legitimate e-commerce sites to steal sensitive information such as usernames, passwords and credit card number.

Manufacturers claim that their browser Deepnet Explorer is "more secure" than IE or Firefox, as "phishing alarm" and other security features, such as the "content control" function, allowing users to block ActiveX controls and other potential security hidden. In addition, according to Deepnet most of the IE browser's security problems and the impact of the application of Shell, rather than rendering engine, also used in Deepnet Explorer.