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Tuesday, December 16, 2008
GLAD TO KNOW I MADE THE RIGHT CHOICE! Switch to firefox now!
Major Flaw Revealed in Internet Explorer; others urged to switch
The major press outlets are abuzz this morning with news of a major new security flaw that affects all versions of Internet Explorer from IE5 to the latest beta of IE8. The attack has serious and far-reaching ramifications -- and they're not just theoretical attacks. In fact, the flaw is already in wide use as a tool to steal online game passwords, with some 10,000 websites infected with the code needed to take advantage of the hole in IE.
Virtually all security experts (as well as myself) are counseling users to switch to any other web browser -- none of the others are affected, including Firefox, Chrome, and Opera -- at least for the time being, though Microsoft has stubbornly said it "cannot recommend people switch due to this one flaw." Microsoft adds that it is working on a fix but has offered no ETA on when that might happen. Meanwhile it offers some suggestions for a temporary patch, including setting your Internet security zone settings to "high" and offering some complicated workarounds. (Some reports state, however, that the fixes do not actually work.)
Expedient patching or switching are essential. Security pros fear that the attack will soon spread beyond the theft of gaming passwords and into more criminal arenas, as the malicious code can be placed on any website and can be adapted to steal any password stored or entered using the browser. It's now down to the issue of time: Will Microsoft repair the problem and distribute a patch quickly enough to head off the tsunami of fraud that's about to hit or will it come too late to do any good?
Meanwhile, I'll reiterate my recommendation: Switch from Internet Explorer as soon as you can. You can always switch back once the threat is eliminated.
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Saturday, November 1, 2008
So what is my take about the Obama-McCain fight? I think that although Obama is leading in the stats...there is still hope that McCain will win. Is it obvious? I do not like Obama....he has too much of gray areas for comfort. His stand on abortion and infant rights leave a bad taste in the mouth.
That is just the tip of the iceberg.... there is more about his ties to Palestine. And what about that aunt of his that supposedly is out of the US but is really an illegal alien who is living in some slum somewhere?
Now I am not saying that McCain is the BEST bet... I personally did not like it that this current marriage started from an affair....but it will be a fight for the lesser evil I guess. I do not know if the man, granting he will win...will last the whole presidential term. And Lord help the US when Palin steps up to the presidency. I do not think she is really ready to jump that high in the political ladder. As a good friend of mine said...McCain likes beautiful women around him.... just look at Cindy....and now Palin. But I do not think that make good governance if ever. *sigh*
Hopefully this will not be a question of voting for color..wherein African Americans will vote for someone like-skinned. If the caucasians do not vote because of color...people call it racism... now...if people vote for color...wouldn't that be racism too?
Just my thoughts...
My prayers go out to the US citizens...your choice will affect us all....