December 03, 2007

Marketing Vulnerability Fixes

How do you claim your product is more secure than an open source option? Counting vulnerabilities alone might not work as Window Synder aptly explains in this retort against a Microsoft IE vs. Firefox report.

via Slashdot

Posted by Abner on December 3, 2007 02:52 PM


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