Security concerns prompt the IE7 U-turn

By Spike
Feb 16, 2005
  1. According to The Register, security concerns are responsible for the announced release of IE7 for Windows XP later this year.

    Of course, we all know there are no security holes in IE. It should be obvious to everyone that spyware gets onto computers because end-users are naive, right?

    err, I don't think so. Undoubtedly some end users are at fault, but I don't think they can take all of the blame!
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