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Microsoft issued 7 patches in one day

Post by phiber » Sun Jul 18, 2004 8:13 am

As the subject states....
Microsoft issued 7 patches in one day, after some of the vulnerabilities have been opened for about a year. how about that. :lol:

the worst thing is that the patches don't work in some cases.

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Post by K4m3leON » Sat Oct 07, 2006 6:27 pm

After 20 years when IE source code will be released for FREE, people will get a great example how to NOT write computer apps :twisted:

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Re: Microsoft issued 7 patches in one day

Post by minpolik » Fri Jul 13, 2007 1:24 am

Well. Microsoft is Microsoft...

Also, Opera Pride! Who in their right mind uses lynx?

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Re: Microsoft issued 7 patches in one day

Post by jd2kuk » Thu Jul 26, 2007 11:17 am

Lmao! I'm actually loving Apple's safari browser at the mo; you can get it for PC now and it's based on the Webkit engine which is fassssssssst.

And when you drop off a tab into a new window, it has a cool animation where it goes "Shwooooooop" :D

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Re: Microsoft issued 7 patches in one day

Post by jd2kuk » Fri Jul 27, 2007 11:41 pm

Yep :mrgreen:

As I say though, it's based on webkit, and it is a pretty fast engine. Although to be fair lol, I've gone back to firefox; more compatible and more add-ons

Worth a look none the less, it's in public beta at the mo

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Re: Microsoft issued 7 patches in one day

Post by jd2kuk » Tue Jul 31, 2007 9:14 am

Lmao, I've not really thought about that... guess it beats calling it 'iBrowse'

Edit: Anyone who's watched the Mac/PC adverts just lately might find this video quite amusing... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHO8l-Bd1O4

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Re: Microsoft issued 7 patches in one day

Post by G-Brain » Tue Aug 07, 2007 12:05 pm

Back to browsers :) I use Firefox, because the extensions you can get are just perfect to create the ultimate web browsing experience (Make it look decent with the Opaque+Cleartabs theme, put your downloads in the statusbar with Download Statusbar, block ads with AdBlock Plus, FTP with FireFTP, view source with external programs using ViewSourceWith, Google quickly using the Google Toolbar, and save and restore your sessions with Session Manager), and it's multi-platform, for me that's a huge plus. Firefox.

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