I get it, you're used to Linux, where you need 743 command line commands to do anything
Usually switching from mouse/GUI to a terminal allows you to do exactly precisely what you want in a few commands (and if you need 743 commands, make a shell script, which becomes one command). And you also usually get a level of feedback (errors...) you wouldn't have with the Gui.
If you knew how to use a packet analyser, you could see that for yourself
All of that likely to be encrypted, though
>A heavily armed gunman [...] Fixed: >A heavily armed Maroko muslim [...]
Please don't censor the truth, you liars.
Actually the attacker is of Moroccan origins. (Maroko => Nigeria...)
you do realize not more than 15 years ago you could fly with a weapon in the cabin.
With all the aircraft hijackings happening in the 80's, I doubt in 2000 you could have reached the cabin having a kalashnikov in your handbag.
It's what everyone uses for downloading Firefox or Chrome on a new Windows machine.
Not everyone. I use a USB stick on which stands the latest Ubuntu release to add a Linux OS on the machine. This is yet another way to install Firefox, but at least it doesn't depend upon IE.
This bug has been around since IE 7? Wow, this just confirms that MS will only patch bugs once others find them and then they have to work on fixing them.
Most IEs, even the recent ones, suffer from this bug. MS revealing these long standing issues affecting IE... isn't it a good way to promote Edge, the new MS browser not affected by this bug?
Most public domain software is free, at least at first glance.