timothy from the zero-is-where-you-start-counting dept.
bheer writes "A zero-day attack on IE was used to carry out the cyber attack on Google and others that's been gettingsomuchink recently, reports The Register, quoting McAfee's CTO. While the web (and security) community has pointed out the problems with IE's many security flaws (and its sluggish update cycle) in the past, IE shows no sign of vanishing from the corporate landscape."
Nobody's gonna believe that computers are intelligent until they start
coming in late and lying about it.