Oh, it is the "we had all" boy's. I've two words for you folks and they are
not "get well". I'm sure you are aware that NOBODY or any WE ALL set's any
rules. You may ask nicely for people to follow a pattern, but that's as far
as you all go.
On Thu, 2 Feb 2006 14:39:06 +0000 (UTC), email@example.com (Richard
Or for fucktards that still believe Microsoft is perfect. I like MS.
I use a lot of their software. I think most of it is far superior to
everything else available for Windows. Yet I also am able to
recognize that outhouse express is a fools newsreader. Take a look
and you will see all top posters tend to use MS outhouse express.
If anyone's interested, I can really recommend a late V4 version of Netscape
( like 4.9 ) for browsing text newsgroups. It does the job very well. No
useless frilly baggage and itsy bitsy cute functions. Just simple plain
My experience with Netscape 4.x was that it would stop working after a
few minutes. I ended up using OE until Netscape 6 came out. After I
found that Mozilla releases updates more often than Netscape, I switched
Perhaps you can enlighten me what vulnerabilities exist reading newsgroups.
I use Opera for web browsing.
My AV is set to auto-update ( it normally does so daily ) and I'm using a
recent version of Zone Alarm.
If you're running XP you're vulnerable just by being connected to the net
even if you're not doing anything. New vulnerabilities come out all the
time and it takes MS a few days at least to fix them. And that's being kind.
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You might want to learn something about software before claiming
intelligence about the subject you clearly DO NOT HAVE. Early
versions of browsers DID NOT have the vulnerabilities current versions
have. IE, Netscape and the rest have become MORE vulnerable, not
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