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I'm sure you've heard this story already...
What I find even more interesting, and the source of what must be great jubilation, is this quote....
"The release of Firefox 1.0.4 would be the fourth security update to the browser since the beginning of the year. Others appeared in late February, late March, and mid-April. In that time, Microsoft has released two patches for its Internet Explorer browser."
With Microsoft Internet Explorer losing market share like clothes on prom night to open sourced Firefox, you can bet you'll see this quote repeated a few times. Firefox has a lot going for it, and once you start using it you find quickly that you no longer WANT to use IE -- however, the reason so many users are giving it a try in the first place is security. Now the tables are turned. Even if the number of vulnerabilities draws roughly even, guess who has spent the last couple of years cementing an automatic update process? Yep, Microsoft.
The moral of this story? Go buy ZoneAlarm Pro, install Microsoft AntiSpyware, build a mote around your PC, and hide under the desk. If that doesn't work, try this...
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continuing to use applications on the Windows platform, you're always going to
have these issues?