An awesome web browser from Mozilla. It was originally derived from Mozilla's (Seamonkey) code, but now has plenty of coding of its own. It supports W3C's standards and is quite secure. Best of all, it doesn't have support for Microsoft's security hole (read: gate for hackers to enter your computer) known as ActiveX, nor does it have most of the problems Internet Explorer has.
Mozilla will pay anyone $500 bucks for volunteering to fix security holes in its software, which is free (yes, as in speech, but also as in beer). That's pretty generous.
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