Google is set to drop support for old browsers from 1 August.
Microsoft has urged its customers to upgrade to Internet Explorer 8, with the software giant's engineers not finding a solution to the now infamous exploit that was publicised by Google.
Firefox 3.5 has become the most popular browser, finally wresting the lead away from industry behemoth Internet Explorer 7 according to StatCounter's latest figures.
Google has offered out its latest weapon in the browser wars, with its open source Chrome Frame giving IE users the potential to take advantage of more modern internet access technology.
ExclusiveIn the course of TechRadar's interview with Mozilla Europe President Tristan Nitot tells us that there is an internal joke doing the rounds.
ExclusiveThe president of Mozilla Europe has told TechRadar that competing with the likes of Microsoft, Apple and Google in the browser area has made things more uncomfortable for the makers of the ever-popular Firefox but that he welcomes the competition.
Microsoft will soon be telling users of IE6 and IE7 that they should update to IE8, with the company rolling out notifications from the 'third week in April.'
Firefox 3.0 is officially the most popular web browser in Europe, according to StatCounter's latest statistics.
It seems that it is the (unofficial) browser fixing week this week, what with Microsoft, Mozilla and now bit-player Opera all having problems with 'critical' and (in Opera's case) 'extremely severe' security flaws.