Firefox proves that security is more than hating Microsoft

May 10, 2005
Major news reports are surfacing today and yesterday about a major security flaw in Firefox, the Internet Explorer-killer browser being created and distributed free by the Mozilla foundation. The dirty little secret that all the anti-Microsoft fanatics out there (you know who you are) don't want to talk about is that security vulnerabilities have more to do with the complexity of the software under attack and the number of attackers than they do with the copyright holder, or the license under w...
Major news reports are surfacing today and yesterday about a major security flaw in Firefox, the Internet Explorer-killer browser being created and distributed free by the Mozilla foundation. The dirty little secret that all the anti-Microsoft fanatics out there (you know who you are) don't want to talk about is that security vulnerabilities have more to do with the complexity of the software under attack and the number of attackers than they do with the copyright holder, or the license under which it is distributed. So, let us realize that and get serious about security. Comments? --Walt Boyes

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