http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telnetantiquexray wrote:At least you know what he's talking about...'cause I don't have a clue
Nice one ... 'most useful memory hog' ...sourwire wrote:So I came back to my favorite and most useful memory hog, Firefox.
There are always security flaws in Firefox ... and in any other package that was written by us stupid imperfect humans. That's why there are updates. The beauty of open source software such as Firefox being that security updates become available real fast whereas on Windows you're supposed to wait a few weeks before Microsoft does something about the problem ... if they do anything at all.RobbieGrey wrote:My son said he saw an article in a recent Linux magazine which said there was a security flaw in FireFox does anyone know if this is true ??
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