__/ [ Roy Culley ] on Sunday 10 December 2006 05:31 \__
> begin risky.vbs
> Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> __/ [ Mark Kent ] on Saturday 09 December 2006 21:50 \__
>>> begin oe_protect.scr
>>> Ian Semmel <anyoneNOJUNK@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> espoused:
>>>> Looks like FF is following the IE path and linux will have an
>>>> integrated web browser control.
>>> It's very difficult to follow when you're in front.
>> Firefox is ahead?!?!? I thought it still lacked that ActiveX
>> controls functionality, which was revealed to hand over control to
>> an hijacker time and time again. We needn't look further than a
>> fortnight ago...
> Disabling ActiveX has been the major 'solution' so how many Windows
> exploits? ActiveX has been a sick joke ever since MS produced it.
> Luckily, it is so easy to strip on proxy servers. Otherwise the cost
> of Windows exploits would have been an order of magnitude greater than
> the billions per year they cost businesses each years.
>> Best wishes,
> If you must wish the best, how about putting it in a .sig? Simple to
> do and saves me the efoort of deleting it in followups.
'Automated' greetings (ones that you don't write in manually/by hand) miss
the point of common courtest and politeness, I think. I have seen people who
do this and it feels too 'mechanical', so to speak.
You didn't like my *emotion* tags either. As I always say, emotions have
become heavily associated with children who chat. Same with SMS, MySpace,
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