Microsoft Edge browser fails to fend off five attacks at Pwn2Own hacking event
Edge is an important browser for Microsoft, as it’s intended to take over from Internet Explorer. Microsoft has touted Edge as safer than Google’s Chrome and Mozilla’s Firefox, but the Pwn2Own event has thrown that assertion into doubt.
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