Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Da Dego, 20 Oct 2006.
Amazingly their test doesn't work in IE6!
What do you mean "doesn't work"... its worked for me (IE 6) failed though - Your browser is vulnerable! im not that bothered though..
Just has a pop-up box that says "Due to limitations of your browser, you will not be able to perform this test"
my IE7 RC1 and full version is Not Vulnerable
probably coz im sitting behind a hardware firewall... but who knows...
Tips for this and other stuff here.
My solution is just to have no money, seems to work.
give them time to fix it..... or not fix it......
So fix those "loopholes" then. - no wonder my pet name for them is Macro$loth.
Gee, seems that Opera is immune too. Who would have thought?
The version of IE what comes with 5744 is immune to it
Ditto not that i ever use IE.
My IE 6.0.3790.0 Does not appear to have this so called volnurability
Is this even a big deal, or just fuel for the browser wars?
Mostly option 2
= war fuel
"hasn't been" (exploited) + ..."when it works, it does so very well - and it has been ...")
The article itself is sending mixed messages.
It doesn't say it hasn't been exploited, it says it hasn't been easy to exploit.
Well I am certainly not going to be afraid to browse the internet just because some website says as I click this button "You can be exploited". Although mine apparenly passed the little "Test" they have.
Looks to me like the windows update released a few days ago fixed the core part of this problem ? (Something about the XML subsystem incorrectly reading certain HTML as redirects)
Recently installed IE7 and I seem to have lost some of the toolbars. Anyone else had this problem?
I think they've been pushed off the edge, disable the yahoo one and fiddle with the rest.
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