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From: guninski at (Georgi Guninski)
Subject: Microsoft plans tighter security measures in
 Windows XP SP2

On Sat, 01 Nov 2003 13:27:36 -0500 wrote:

> 1) Actually fix the software. Total rewrite, $200M.
> 2) Bribe all the major reporters of bugs. $20M.

Bribing is not a panacea. If you look in history you will see that empires go up and then disappear, people go on the scene and then disappear. The number of m$ bugs increases, though.

As a .bg poem says:
"I fell, another one comes in my place, what the fsck does one person
matter" - full poem at -, don't take worms in the computer sense ;)


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