Browser security handbook by Google

Browser security handbook is released by Google, and google has described it as “a comprehensive, 60-page document meant to provide Web application developers and information security researchers with a one-stop reference to several hundred key security properties and sometimes counterintuitive quirks in contemporary Web browsers.”

Book is written by “Michal Zalewski”, who is very a famous researcher by Google. The introduction of book describes that there are very important differences between browsers and lists market share data of browsers on which the document is based. It is Net Applications data, rather than straight Google data, which the company does not release.

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