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Web browsers that were developed to recognize EV SSL Certificates are considered high-security browsers. They are designed to trigger unique visual cues to indicate the presence of an EV SSL Certificate. For instance, Internet Explorer 7 shows a green address bar and displays the name of the organization listed in the certificate as well as the certificate’s security vendor. These displays make it easier for Web site visitors to quickly establish trust with the Web sites they visit. As of March of 2009, 70% of browsers in use worldwide were high-security and EV-enabled including Microsoft® Internet Explorer 7 and 8, Firefox 3, Opera 9.5, Safari 3.2, Google Chrome and Flock 2.0. (Market Share by Net Applications, March 2009, http://marketshare.hitslink.com).