May 09, 2005

"Critical Flaw Found in Firefox"

In case you could not read it, (or, just to rub in some people's faces):

Critical Flaw Found in Firefox


All you people who geek off about how wonderful Mozilla/Firefox is and how "secure" it is and all that other crap, read it and weep.

Yes, and before all you Cyberdorks hound me about how lame IE6 is [yes, I use it] all I gotta say is this:

With popularity comes problems.

And your time has come.


(stupid internets)

Posted by Kyer at May 9, 2005 10:05 PM

haha I use it because I couldn't deal with some of the quirks in my old Safari browser. I'll be using the spankin' new Safari in a few days, though, and that thing is untouchable. Plus, it has an RSS hack built in which aggregates the news you're interested in, along with a bunch of other great features. I can't wait—Safari 2.0 RoP

I'm one in 33 PC owners who uses a Mac. Special! heh

Posted by: patrickafir at May 10, 2005 02:34 PM

I agree, Firefox is grossly over-hyped. I'm not happy about a flaw though, because I'm actually using it because it does load pages faster and I'm impatient.
That said, there are so many annoying quirks with it I'm about to go back to IE...or something else altogether.

And BTW, my blog needs a V-chip too! (Re: your other post) muahahahhahahha

Posted by: Beth at May 11, 2005 12:18 AM