Billly Gates writes: A critical security vulnerability was discovered for old IE users 6 — 8, while IE 9/10 were safe a few days ago. Microsoft released a Mr. Fixit patch to correct it. What caused the attack is not the low quality browsers but the lack of protection in Windows XP. It turns out IE 8 on Windows 7 is not vulnerable due to ASLR, DEP, and better kernel security in addition to the sandbox provided in IE 8. Some debates have started in the comments section about corporate software and hanging on to XP to save money. Is it really worth the investment to hang on to it with security breaches such as these?
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Thornburg writes: There is a free font available which has been designed to make it easier for people with dyslexia to read. DailyTech has a piece which pulls together a BBC interview and blog postings by the designer, Abelardo Gonzalez, who received a C&D letter from another font designer who charges $69 for his dyslexia related font.