[Full-Disclosure] Re: YET AGAIN Automatic remote compromise of InternetExplorer Service Pack 2 XP SP2
From: Duane Toler (delist_at_waveresearchlabs.com)
Date: Wed, 05 Jan 2005 11:38:19 -0500 To: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> They totally forgot HTA files and HTM help files. Who knows what >>else.
>I do ;)
>About switching to FireFox: if you drive a car you might end up in a
>car-crash, changing cars doesn't prevent that. If 90% of people would >be
>driving the exact same car, it's obvious most car-crashes will involve
This is a false analogy. Perhaps you mean to rephrase such as:
"If you drive a car *with a malfunction*, you might end up in a car
crash *caused by that malfunction*."
Any car carries the possibility of being in a car crash. The elements
beyond your control are what increase or decrease the probability of
your car crash.
"By switching to another car, without the same, or with a lesser,
malfunction, you reduce the chances of having a car crashed by that
(cat - | sed 's/car/browser/g')
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