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From: wbradd at comcast.net (William Bradd)
Subject: Microsoft lauds IE as 'the most secure browser'

I guess drive-by installs, hijackers, along with the ability to have malware
install itself, even if the user does not have sufficient permissions, is
not a security issue.



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http://news.zdnet.co.uk/0,39020330,39146084,00.htm

"" Last week's Internet Explorer patch has made the browser at 
least as secure, if not more secure, than any other browser, 
according to Microsoft UK's chief security officer.""


Tell the young lad in the UK to step forward and correct this 
atrocious reporting and misquoting.  We can't have Microsoft 
seen in the media as telling lies.



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