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Re: [Full-Disclosure] Interesting side effect of the new IE patch
From: Ron DuFresne (dufresnewinternet.com)
Date: Thu Feb 05 2004 - 16:08:07 CST
On Thu, 5 Feb 2004, Stefan Esser wrote:
> > FIAT (the famous Italian CAR producer) invested quite an amount of money
> > and effort in lauching the promotional site:
> > http://www.buyfiat.com
> > ....I think they must not be very happy now..... :(
> Of course they are not happy now. Like a lot of other people who relied
> on this standard. It is really sad, that Microsoft removes features
> because they are to lazy to think up other solutions. Like showing
> the username, password in a different color, not showing it at all...
> It is one thing to remove a feature because it is like writing the
> password to the back of your keyboard but it is another thing to
> just remove it because you have no clue how to make it obvious for
> people that this is not part of the servername.
They, fiat and others that used the M$ non-stanard as a basis upon which
to build, deserve exactly what they decided to buty into and not really
research. That's what a company gets for buying into the tales their
local-sales-lizard spews and thinking all those polished and glossy
brochures are dead set facts. They need to re-evaluate their lack of a
'grains of salt' procurement processes.
No sympathy here,
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