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Re: IE8's Clickjacking Fix Not Much Help, Experts Say

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____/ Chris Ahlstrom on Thursday 12 March 2009 21:43 : \____

> After takin' a swig o' grog, Mark Kent belched out
>   this bit o' wisdom:
>> nessuno@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <nessuno@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> espoused:
>>> Worse, some users might mistakenly think they are protected from the
>>> attack just because they are using IE, according to Giorgio Maone, the
>>> developer of the Firefox NoScript plugin, which is generally
>>> considered the best protection from many Web-based attacks, including
>>> clickjacking. "The bad news for IE enthusiasts is that they've got no
>>> magic 'out of the box' protection," he wrote on his blog Tuesday.
>>> "True, it doesn't require any 'browser add-on' ... but it comes with
>>> an even more strict requirement: all the sites to be protected must
>>> already have adopted a new proprietary hack, i.e. something no end-
>>> user can verify, let alone enforce."
>> Ah, a really top-end Microsoft security solution, then.  How's that for
>> a change?
> Hey, they're the market leaders.
> Many people think Bill Gates craps ice-cream.

Well, Judge Jackson thought he was a "criminal" and should be prosecuted as

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