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 MS relieves patching 'pain point'

Here's the rub of course:

'The sheer quantity of patches (for Windows, Unix, Linux and
 applications) can be hard to keep up with but the other factors are
 worth considering. Often (and this is particularly the case with MS
 patches, unfortunately) fixes fail to work as advertised, cause
 conflicts or are otherwise difficult to apply.'

Even MS say it will take many years to make Windows secure. In fact a
total rewrite of OS and apps is the only chance to do so.

 Sat, 01 Oct 2005 18:09:54 GMT   
 MS relieves patching 'pain point'
Around the time MS Windows is due for 64-bit computing know doubt. But
as always it will be the same shit in different wrapper.

 Sat, 01 Oct 2005 21:37:46 GMT   
 MS relieves patching 'pain point'


its like those guys who pull nails on the road so their tow truck can get
the money

most viruses are writen by microsoft programmers to make them more money

 Sun, 02 Oct 2005 04:46:05 GMT   
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