Guys, you keep posting that same story about a serious security
flaw in Windows.
Windows XP Flaw ‘Extremely Serious’
An anonymous quote at Slashdot about the bazillionth security hole
in Windows wherein an image—about as inert as binary data
can be—is now a vector for executable code to take over your system.
At this point, can't Microsoft be taken down (as in “corporate death
penalty”) as either being completely malicious or completely incompetent? I
mean, seriously—infected images?
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