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+ - Firefox forbidden by the public services of Wallon 4

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "The public services of Wallonia (one of the three Belgium regions) now forbid the use of Mozilla Firefox on corporate computers. They argue Mozilla Firefox contains "a" security vulnerability (despite the 3.5.3 version seems not to have one) and make the use of the old and freaky Internet Explorer 6 mandatory."
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Firefox forbidden by the public services of Wallon

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