On Wed, Aug 01, 2001 at 03:06:49PM +0200, Anthony Atkielski wrote:
MS is producing inferior products which are using
the internet to create havoc.
Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof. Do you have any?
How about several megabytes of data sent to the IETF list?
And this is after Microsoft had been told, multiple times, that active
content was highly dangerous, and MS's response was that because
customers wanted "advanced features", this justified it all. Sorry,
but I don't buy that argument.
And this is what it makes it different from the buffer overruns in
sendmail. Those were accidental. What Microsoft did in MS Outlook
was deliberate and intentional, and that's a major difference. And
this has nothing to do with Microsoft being Microsoft. I would be the
first to stand up and denounce GNOME or KDE if they did something as
stupid and irresponsible as what Microsoft did with their mail