On 2006-05-15, Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> This does not justify the concept. A trusted site should have nothing to
> do with security. Paternal control is a whole different animal. Content
> which was properly peer-reviewed (e.g. Wikipedia) is another.
Reminds me of something in a old sci-fi novel. These paranoid aliens
defined 'trust' as 'the necessary precondition for betrayal'. :->
>> But say it's a .vbs (VB script) and you are tricked into clicking on it?
Ah, there's another problem. Quick, off the top of your head, without
consulting the net, list the file extensions that can contain Windows
Now, how many bugs or features allow one to *hide* the actual file
extension and present another one (e.g. showing a ".exe" as a ".jpg")?
Ray Ingles (313) 227-2317
"Look, you can't 'show' someone why the fish slapping dance is funny.
A person either appreciates it, or not all, on a totally fundamental
level and you can't change someone in that kind of way." - Nermal