That article loses a lot of credibility with me when it lists Microsoft Internet Explorer as a "Popular Security Tool"
@Deo - umm...the only place IE is listed is on the line where it says a particular piece of software "replaces Internet Explorer" AFAICT.
I don't see where it calls IE a security tool...or even recommends it for anything. (Why would it possibly include it btw? IE isn't open source to begin with.)
The trick is to look at the name/title of the article. 100 Replacements for Popular Security Tools
. Five of the things on that list are replacements for IE. Therefore, the article considers IE a popular security tool.
But I was being somewhat facetious. (c: