surely anybody who hasn't updated ie8 until now probably won't install a patch when it comes out either. I didn't think about that.
that's was a rethorical question, btw. I suppose incompetence of an almost petrified juggernaut. or maybe fixing it would break some obscure feature someone pays for.
this IS a critical bug... onehundredandeighty days... 180 zero days. why? MS wants to drive up marketshare of competing browsers incompetence? MS employees acitvely exploiting the bug?
well, maybe he wants to do such a course. OR maybe the LinuxFoundation needs money and thought a course taught by some celebrity will provide more of it. whatever, I think it's cool.
..but I'd rather have Bill Gates explaining how to set up an home network on Windows 95. Just for my private, perverse enjoyment.
because they can?
I mean, without voluntarily looking for it? And how do you get it accidentally on a new PC? Have they stored the bios on infected floppies, or what? Installed DOS first, because the Windows Vista upgrade is cheaper than an OEM version? Tsk, tsk.