Microsoft is investigating reports of a new bug in Internet Explorer. Redmond's Security Response Team (MSRT) said on Friday that it was aware of a "publicly disclosed issue involving Internet Explorer", and promised an investigation, without going into details. Circumstantial evidence suggests Microsoft is referring to a post …
Try a HREF containing ©.
I must be missing something..
All I get is a link trying to open the (C) copyright symbol..more details please.
""The bug permits — for example — an arbitrary web site to force the victim to make tweets"
Dear god they're making Twitter compulsory now.
The end of civilization is near
Head for the hills.
he jumped the gun
OK, he didn't , but I find the boot-note more interesting than the story.
ya reepz wot yaz sow, moe!
Still using ie? Ya deserve all ya get! LOL
RE: ya reepz wot yaz sow, moe!
News Report: Thousands starving in Africa
Anonymous Wanker: Dun fect me cuz i dun liv in Afreaka!!!!!! lolz lolz lolz looooool!!!!
Is he as forward about publicising Chrome vulnerabilities? I can't help being suspicious when Google are disclosing bugs in products they're competing directly with. And yes I'm typing this in Chrome 6...
An article about a bug in IE written 17 hours ago and not one comment about how brilliant Firefox (pass the bucket) is!
and as for firefox
and as for firefox - you can have this functionality but you have to download the add-on (which is available open-source)
Firefox, gimme a break
Pffft - Opera had this bug years ago - it's taken this long for MicR0$0ft to copy them, and now they are trying to claim they invented it - typical.
No one cares less what Internet Explorer users have got to say so it really doesn't matter if they are making FaceSpaceTwatter posts.
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