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Serious Security Flaw Found in IE

Users of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer are being urged by experts to switch to a rival until a serious security flaw has been fixed. Source BBC.

Goodbye Internet Explorer

IE cake in the browser market roughly equates to 75%. Now there’s an obvious reason why you have to switch browser.

For once, we can have better looking web on Opera, Firefox, Safari and Chrome. That’s a smile on every web developer‘s face.

ps: Even if they fixed it, will you use it? I certainly won’t.

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By NoktahHitam

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30 replies on “Serious Security Flaw Found in IE”

That came at no surprise to me, and I rarely use IE7 except for testing purposes 😛 I have this monogamous relationship with Firefox 3, teehee! Even if I am forced not to use Firefox, I will definitely use Google Chrome or Safari as an alternative. Never ever will IE be part of my endeavours in the Internet. It sounds mean, but that’s it, Microsoft.

I am still wondering why on earth people are using IE6 😡

definitely nope.. i started to fall in love with chrome. my blog full of google chrome accidentally tutorial..


IE only for desperate time. no very needed, but sometime will.

I’m guessing there’s many out there prefer what Microsoft builds. Like Microsoft words. OpenOffice works just as fine as anyone else and it’s free. Well, Microsoft Office is literally free 😆

I am not using IE, given choice! So slow.. prefer FF or Chrome anytime!

What irks me is, those company computers, IE is bundled with Windows, and the only browser you can use. Forced market, manipulative Microsoft if you ask me 🙂 Ehem, I always go and download FF to my personal station.

why eh..for me it just marvellous. FYI i’m using plaintxt. so it look like no error were found.for me. chrome is bling bling just like it’s name.
my opinion la..

“Browser Support” is and orthodox approach for web development and it is bad for web development if this ideas is still going on.

Instead, take “Standard Support” approach. Let people take note for each every standard that has been ratified W3C. So, that people note that if you browsing and site look ugly. Than, you are not running on ratified standard.

Now, let throw away. “Please use [browser] bla…..” . Instead, use “Please make sure your browser support [put W3C standards here]”.

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