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From: dveditz at (Daniel Veditz)
Subject: SUPER SPOOF  DELUXE Re: Microsoft and Security wrote:

> 2. If as you claim this is "standard practice" then there is 
> something wrong with these browsers as it apparently does not 
> work on them:
> The following browsers are not affected:
> * Mozilla Firefox 0.9 for Windows
> * Mozilla Firefox 0.9.1 for Windows
> * Mozilla 1.7 for Windows
> * Mozilla 1.7 for Linux
> Perhaps someone who really knows will enlighten us all.

This was originally fixed in late 2001 (Mozilla 0.9.2?) but regressed during
some code reorganization about 6 months later; Mozilla 1.0 shipped broken.
This was recently rediscovered and fixed for Mozilla 1.7 and Mozilla Firefox
0.9 (

-Dan Veditz

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