Re: opponents are using guerrilla tactics
The tobacco companies love vaping as they're the source of the nicotine.
42 posts • joined 9 Jul 2011
Nice bit of revisionist history going on in these comments...
Netscape 1 & 2 were great browsers (far better than the original Mosaic browser). The original IE was rubbish, so no-one used them, even though IE3 came with the OS.
Then Netscape released v4, which to put politely, was a steaming piece of dog poo. They stopped updating it soon afterwards, so users had the choice of sticking with a browser that'd bluescreen on windows or even give Linux a kernal panic, most of us had to switch to the only other useful browser which was IE4. Netscape users had to wait for over a year for Netscape 5 & 6, which as you know was sold off to become Mozilla. In the mean-time, they lost substantial browser share & sued.
Someone who is old enough to remember their frustrations with Netscape 4.74.....
Heard so many nightmare stories about Talk Talk residential that I'd never recommend them to anyone..
Their business service however, is second to none. Simply the finest example of an ISP that I have ever found (been with most of the big ones over the years)
I agree too.
If you are using Windows as the desktop and Linux in the shell, then it doesn't make any sense to run windows in a VM.
I have never had any issues with linux vm performance on a Windows host under VMware. You can share directories between host & vm from a menu setting too.
Too easy not to get caught out by this problem!!
A simple way around this is check all parameters at the start for banned items like <script and replace them with something harmless. Personally, I replace hacking attempts with the word "cheeseburgers".
Took 30 seconds for global back-end protection from XSS & SQL injection in one project.
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