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From: prandal at (Randal, Phil)
Subject: 3 new MS patches next week... but none fix

Time for me to get on my soapbox too.

What are the three patches, what's your source of information, and do they
fix things readers of this list need to know about?

Less gossip, more information, please.



Phil Randal
Network Engineer
Herefordshire Council
Hereford, UK 

> -----Original Message-----
> From:
> []On Behalf Of Exibar
> Sent: 08 January 2004 19:16
> To:
> Subject: [Full-Disclosure] 3 new MS patches next week... but none fix
> 0x01!
> What's going on over at Microsoft anyway?  They're releasing 
> 3 new patches
> next week, but are planned to take care of the "0x01" 
> vulnerability in IE.
>    I'm one of Microsoft's defenders, and I'm starting to get a little
> confused and upset at what they're doing.
>   Heck if 3rd parties can write a fix for the darned thing, 
> why the heck
> can't Microsoft????  What are they thinking over there?
>  oh, I guess they are waiting for a large client to get 
> scammed by a scam
> e-mail and then wait for that client to complain.  Money 
> really does talk I
> guess.... it's a shame
>   <sigh>
>   I'm off my soapbox now, we now return you to your regularly 
> scheduled
> program.
>   Exibar
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