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As shameful as some of the comments are (I'm embarrassed as well by some of the bigotry on here), let's not feed into the animosity more by painting us all with the same brush.
At the request of the Dutch government, Microsoft is delaying the update in the Netherlands (home of DigiNotar) until next week, to avoid confusion (and to buy the government more time to roll out new certs).
I feel much safer now, knowing our government has the power to stop Microsoft from rolling out security updates in a country.
I'm in the Netherlands and I got the patch just fine.
Must be because I use the English version of Windows
Currently using OpenSSO on a product, I've seen that Oracle has removed more and more (now including the Wiki content it seems) from the project.
This is going to be one in a long line of project cancelations.
Oracle has already announced that Netbeans will stay and be developed more.
Depending on the FAQ you access Netbeans will focus more on Java and/or Dynamic languages (which includes PHP)
Actually Chrome does; I'm using it to deploy large WAR files and it gives me a nice percentage on the left bottom of my browser
Sun has made great strides in making OpenSolaris just work, try the latest releases
Yes, we do that too at a bank I work for.
Even better is that the appointed AYIC officer for our office has been caught twice not locking his desktop.
And yes, it's easy to retaliate by forging email, but it loses it's effect in an IT environment.
Or something like it in Windows.
It will check the delivered files, retry chunks if needed.
Much better than just FTP