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New Vulnerability Haunts Windows

The word "vulnerability" in reference to a software security issue always makes us giggle a little -- it sounds more like somebody's endless craving for sweets, or something someone would say on the first date after a particularly nasty end to a prior relationship. "I'm just feeling very vulnerable -- kind of like Windows when a hacker takes control of a workstation through QuickTime."

Posted by Lee Pender on November 27, 2007 at 11:54 AM


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