Thursday, July 01, 2004

Internet Explorer Is Too Dangerous to Keep Using
Yes, I know all of the tired, old arguments about how if open-source programs were as popular as Microsoft's products; they'd be just as
vulnerable. You know what? I don't have time today to deal with the fundamentally inane idea that security by obscurity is somehow the best
way to secure software. The bottom line is that for all practical purposes for today, open-source browsers are inherently more secure than
Internet Explorer, and I still have half a dozen more workstations to switch over to Firefox. Go ahead, stick with Internet Explorer for
everyday use. It's your funeral.