---- Microsoft, Mozilla, Opera and Konqueror Hold Security Summit
tedster - 6:16 pm on Nov 23, 2005 (gmt 0)
Development team members from Opera, Microsoft, Mozilla and Konqueror met in Toronto last week to tackle the pressing mutual problem of secure certificates. This was a real working session, and intentionally was not a publicity grab in any way.
I hope we see more at this level of cooperation.
The onus for end-user security increasingly rests on the browser vendors. After all, it's our products that stand between the scammers and the scammed.
We can compete over so many aspects of our products, but security at this level requires cooperation and collaboration. And by sitting down at the same table, we have done more to enhance the security of the Internet than we could competing alone.