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December 20, 2005



Nice try but wrong. Ending the distribution of a piece of software with a low bug count that hasnt been updated in many moons does nothing to activly increase the security of OSX.

IE for Mac never supported BHOs, ActiveX and was never tied into the OS nor did it run with system privilages. In short it never suffered any of the fundamental design problems of IE for W32 which have lead to so many security misfeatures.


As I said, every little bit helps.

Also, see post about web browser choices.


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