[SpamCop-List] Re: More Mozilla security flaws
UseTheReplyToField at crazyhat.net
Sat Jul 31 19:54:08 EDT 2004
In message <pan.2004.07.30.16.06.02.335000 at eddie.web> eddie
<eddie at eddie.web> wrote:
>In a way, it's good. With Mozilla picking up a bit of the browser "market"
>any flaws will quickly be exposed. The difference is that Mozilla will
>probably fix them nearly instantly, whereas MS takes a month to react.
A month would be nice... I used to use IE and OE on and off (whenever
FB/TB happened to annoy me), but some of the recently published stuff is
scary. Privilege escalation, remote code execution, some of which were
reported to Microsoft over 10 months ago without a patch...
A well-dressed man walks into a bar and asks a woman to sleep
with him for $1M. The woman is excited and she gives immediate
consent: "Of course I'll sleep with you!".
Then the man asks, "will you sleep with me for $5?". The woman
indignantly replies, "Of course not! What do you think I am?".
The man replies, "We've already established what you are; now
we're merely haggling over the price."
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