Every day, something surprises, delights, or appalls.
Below is some of that, though most of it leaves me speechless, as you can see.
November 22, 2005
"Extremely critical IE flaw"
The exploit code, made public on Monday, aims to take advantage of the "extremely critical" vulnerabilities in IE 5.5 and IE 6 running on XP Service Pack 2 (SP2), and IE 6 running on Windows 2000 SP4, security researcher Secunia said in an advisory. Once a PC user is tricked into visiting a malicious website, the exploit can be triggered automatically, without the user doing anything . . . "An attacker could use the exploit to run any code they want to on a person's system. It could be they want to launch some really nasty code on a user's system." How to disable active scripting.