Browzar: The Story So Far

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A lot of people read this post by my good self yesterday and asked for more information on the whole Browzar situation. Browzar, I hear you say? Well, for those of you who don't know, Browzar is an Internet Explorer shell that supposedly provides an added layer of security to your web-browsing. Unfortunately, it looks like an overly enthusiastic press release built Browzar up, and at that point nothing could save it when it appeared the technology employed wasn't as cutting edge as we'd have hoped. A fantastic summary of the whole shambles from start to finish can be seen here.


Roger Karlsson (from Bazooka and Koffix Blocker) has found a way to change the searchpage of Browzar.

Look here:

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