__/ [GreyCloud] on Wednesday 08 February 2006 20:47 \__
> billwg wrote:
>> "Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>>TITLE: Microsoft to Unveil Paid Security Service
>>>In the past, MS could argue that third-party software for protection
>>>gimmick, a hoax. They finally reveal a double-faced attitude.
>> You made that up, roy. MS never said any such thing and so they reveal
Original post: "MS *could argue*"
You: "MS never *said*"
> So? What does it matter? The thing is that M$ is wanting you buy more
> security protection promises on a poorly designed o/s. And then you
> have the unknown exploits that are the most dangerous that M$ won't be
> able to protect you from. Yep. Real security there.
With Wanker (OneCare) around, Microsoft will be less inclined to fix its
flaws immediately. Instead, if thing go awry, they might argue that you need
protection like OneCare to 'seal the deal'.
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