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I hate Mozilla they don't fix shut their mouth up when they find a flaw in another company. They tell the whole world about it and how to exploit it. Why don't you give the company time to patch the flaw Mozilla?
Uhhh...Mozilla fixes firefox..not another company....they is allready a 3.0.1 pre and they have allready planned up to 3.1 so you cant say they aint fixing nutin
Edited by neonlazer - 6/20/08 at 2:28am
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Uhhh...Mozilla fixes firefox..not another company..
I was thinking the same thing... hahaha
post #23 of 74
That Mozilla should really work on their responsibility of Security and how to mantain nice business with others.

Well on topic:

Why didn't the company find this flaw in the RC's, Alpha's, or Beta's etc?
post #24 of 74
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Uhhh...Mozilla fixes firefox..not another company....they is allready a 3.0.1 pre and they have allready planned up to 3.1 so you cant say they aint fixing nutin
No, I meant Mozilla find a flaw in another company but put the information up for grabs.
post #25 of 74
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No, I meant Mozilla find a flaw in another company but put the information up for grabs.
Mozilla most likely was not the company or persons who found or published the information on this vulnerability "The Zero Day Initiative has been criticized in the past for paying researchers who find vulnerabilities. "

Whether mozilla might be the ones paying the researchers..who knows lol
Edited by neonlazer - 6/20/08 at 2:38am
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Mozilla most likely was not the company or persons who found or published the information on this vulnerability "The Zero Day Initiative has been criticized in the past for paying researchers who find vulnerabilities. "
No, I meant something totally different.
post #27 of 74
Firefox 3 sucks, yea its fast, but i am back using firefox 2. Firefox 3 has bookmark problems, infact i don't even know how to add bookmarks, and it has a confusing ugly layout. Firefox 2 is the best!
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Firefox 3 sucks, yea its fast, but i am back using firefox 2. Firefox 3 has bookmark problems, infact i don't even know how to add bookmarks, and it has a confusing ugly layout. Firefox 2 is the best!
Install Nightly Build Tools, before installing any other extension. You will have the option to override any compatibility issues.

Firefox 2 also has the zero day vulnerability issue. Please don't hate anything because it has a learning curve.
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switches from Mozilla 3 to IE lol
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post #30 of 74
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Firefox 3 sucks, yea its fast, but i am back using firefox 2. Firefox 3 has bookmark problems, infact i don't even know how to add bookmarks, and it has a confusing ugly layout. Firefox 2 is the best!
Guess you need to learn how to add bookmarks..its easier than pie for me Just have to press bookmark this page and done and chacha
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