midrange-nontech-request@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

>   4. So this is mission critical quality software? (Joe Pluta)
>
>Haven't we had enough of this yet?  Can we for once and for all just
>dump IIS on the trashheap of software history where it belongs?

And start all over from the beginning with the next target of every hacker 
wannabe?

Personal opinion: I agree. Dump IIS, dump IE, ActiveX, and a bunch of other 
things.

But when that's done, we cannot allow ourselves to be surprised when 
vulnerabilities start to appear in replacements.

Tom Liotta


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