Why does MS explain the risk in a footnote instead of the chart of affected software? Why not just say "Unaffected" or some similar term in the chart itself.
Why are government employees web surfing. Don't the have anything better to do?
My doctors don't believe in doing any tests that aren't indicated by an existing condition. Why cause concern if something is found? What about false positives? Is it going to cost a lot of money? Will insurance pay for it? Once a condition is diagnosed then insurance will pay for it but not before. Prventative medicine is not practices here.
They have to test it. They don't want them to become Reavers.
Go to a command prompt and it gives the version number. WIN 7 comes back as 6.1.7601.
Anybody that thinks Dell isn't concerned about profits is fooling themselves. Dell wants a good looking bottom line so that he can take the company public again. IPOs are where the money is.
I get a popup every other day with an update.
The same thing happens in the private sector too. We just don't hear as much about it.
Of course the software guy at Dell is going to make noise about anything that competes with Microsoft. If it wasn't for them he wouldn't have a job.
The people responsible should be brought to justice.
See Stardust. Great book hacked to death as a movie.
The current fright isn't enough to scare people?
I'm not a developer and don't know the convention for version numbers but shouldn't they make the rev number of the repaired OpenSSL something more distinctive than adding "g" to the third digit of the new code? Maybe change it to version 2.0.0 or something more obvious.
And they'll love us in the morning.