Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by pissedoffsol, Aug 31, 2004.
not at all.
firewalls prevent outside things from coming in.
IE exploits are simply webpages, programs, activex controls, etc, that contain something that attacks a whole in the browser it self. the firewall doesn't see it as a hacker- its something you requested to come in in the first place.
i love how a non profit company is easily outdoing a software "giant"
yeah- And the exploit was discovered, and a patch released 2 days later.
how many months have we waited for SP2?
oh yeah, about 30
patching a browser is a lot easier then sending out a whole OS service update lol.
im mearly pointing out that no browser is god.. and as the guy said...
calm down man it's like im calling your first born an ugly baby.. lol like you developed firefox or something
i'm actually a part of mozdev, so, yeah, i did
ok, so not really, but i am an acitve member on their dev group
lol your a trip dude
Antivirus software is just a friggin processor and IO resource hog.
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