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____/ nessuno on Wednesday 27 Jan 2010 14:40 : \____
> On Jan 26, 6:31 pm, Roy Schestowitz <newsgro...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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>> ____/ nessuno on Tuesday 26 Jan 2010 14:55 : \____
>> > <Quote>
>> > A day after releasing an out-of-band security bulletin for a
>> > vulnerability in Internet Explorer notably exploited in the recent
>> > series of Chinese-based attacks against Google and 30 other tech
>> > companies, new flaws have been discovered in Microsoft's browser.
>> > </Quote>
>> When is the emergency patch coming? Microsoft only patches urgently
>> not when users are at risk but when Microsoft's business is at risk
>> (e.g. Conficker).
>> - --
>> ~~ Best of wishes
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> They don't patch at all when Google is at risk. Of course, we all
> asked ourselves why Google is running IE. Whatever the answer is, I
> bet they aren't any more.
Results/surveys from Europe show (as per last week) that IE fell below 60% in the continent. Ignore
the US-centric stats from former Microsoft employee Hawkins (Net Applications), whose
most notable clients include Apple and Microsoft.
FOSS is moving in the right direction, forever gaining /everywhere/ (geographically or
based on area of computing). That's all that matters.
~~ Best of wishes
Roy S. Schestowitz | Reversi for Linux/Win32: http://othellomaster.com
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roy pts/0 :0 Sat Jan 16 04:09 still logged in
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