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If you've read the SANS Top 20 of 2005 (http://www.sans.org/top20/)) there is a clear message with respect to deploying PHP-driven applications: be paranoid or be cracked. A short tour of a few vulnerability reporting sites show that with programmers who can't be arsed to follow the most basic principles of programming, who force users to run their app with all essential security features off and with undereducated users running apps without questioning this will be another wonderful year for your...
"In an effort to regain dwindling consumer trust Microsoft has decided to reschedule the release of Micosoft's Vista.
All resources are being redirected to building a more secure O.S. before introducing new bugs."
OK. So that's not going to happen, right? I think it should. Those who (are forced to) pay to use Mockerysofts products should have a vote in what should happen next instead of letting the marketoids reign.