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[Full-Disclosure] another product affected by recent MS IE '' patch
From: martin f krafft (madduckmadduck.net)
Date: Sun Feb 08 2004 - 11:24:38 CST
In Germany, and maybe in other parts of the world, some providers
are attracting customers by announcing webpage packages where email
address == web address. so, johndoe.de is the email, and
johndoe.de is the website, while janedoe.de may be the website of
I hope this has not been reported yet, but in the light of the
recently announced MS IE patch to guard against the URL obfuscation
attacks (which is a typical MS fix and absolutely ridiculous), these
providers may now renew their product portfolio. Not like M$
martin; (greetings from the heart of the sun.)
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last year, out in california, at a pc users group, there was a demo of
smart speech recognition software. before the demonstrator could begin
his demo, a voice called out from the audience: "format c, return.
yes, return." a short demo it was.
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