United States of America
220.127.116.11 (Mar 19, 2007)
NOD32 2.7 says this contains a variant of Agent.QT trojan. Er?
0.1.8 Build 141 RC3 (Nov 14, 2005)
The link downloads 0.1.7 141, the latest stable version. If you want 0.1.8 RC3 or the newest nightly build which may have bug fixes and experimental new features, go here:
14.0 Build 1341 (Oct 31, 2005)
Version 14.00.1431 is Trend Micro PC-Cillin Internet Security 2006 beta 3, which is available to public beta testing. This is NOT the final version. This version has been out since September 28, 2005.
Beta 10 (Oct 20, 2005)
Anyone needing help or to test new beta builds please go here: http://www.neowin.net/fo...ex.php?showtopic=312388
The cover downloading issue was due to a change with Amazon, Carlos has made the necessary adjustments. Enjoy!
18.104.22.168 Beta 1 (May 5, 2005)
Here is the link to the changelog, which is updated with every version/build:
No information about this first beta, however.
Every time you install any type of Java, it does not install over the top, but separately. If you have JRE 5.0 Update 3, you'll need to uninstall 1 and 2. Also, in your temporary internet files, you should only have one Java entry. Delete any older entries and leave the newest one. This may help.
acascianelli, if you're tired of hearing about beta builds, unsubscribe from BetaNews. Hence the name?
22.214.171.124 Beta 1 (Oct 26, 2010 - 7:06 AM)
"The whole internet needs to use SSL?" Um...wow. No, no one could possibly hack SSL... Seriously? Try doing some research before you post an asinine article like this.
Did a Firefox extension that will never be approved by Mozilla just now clue you in that people can hack plain HTTP traffic? Let alone SSL is vulnerable?
I'm sure someone that knows more than me about the subject could rip your article in so many pieces you wouldn't even know down from up when they're done. I just know you overreacted to something that is not even close to being new. It's not like the people who would easily be exploited will every come anywhere near a site that might warn them about any type of security hole or even know what it meant if they did. These are the people that call their computers modems and call their ISP's when their "modems" wont turn on.
This is my official "What the hell happened to BetaNews?". Goodbye. I've been seeing useless, uninformed articles like this for quite awhile. I used to depend on FileForum (what happened to that?) to know when my favorite programs were updated. So many sites are way ahead of you on that it's not even funny. You know who they are. Maybe that's why you stopped bothering and pretended to be a tech news site. Give up. You're wasting time and money. See ya.
126.96.36.199 Beta 1 (Oct 12, 2010 - 5:14 AM)
I'm going to compose a reply based solely on the article without reading every single comment. I normally do, but the flaming fanboys turned me off after about the second one. I'll have to admit, I am a Firefox fan. IE 6 compared with any browser after that, I'm also a fan of.
However, Microsoft finally caught up a bit with IE 7 & 8. They were forced to, after all--which was a good thing. I did try the IE 9 beta, and was impressed. However, neither IE, Chrome, Safari (for Mac or Windows) nor Opera can come close to the customizeability and extensionability that Firefox has. If you want speed, go for whatever browser engine pushes the envelope. As we all know, there's more to browsing than pure speed. It's like the reliability and safety of a Saab or a Volvo vs. a Lamborghini. I'd pick Saab or Volvo over Lamborghini any day.
P.S. No, you may not flame automobile makers. That was only a quick example. :P
188.8.131.52 Beta 1 (Sep 17, 2010 - 4:44 PM)
A Bathhouse Swift Ninths Pith Pup
184.108.40.206 Beta 1 (Oct 29, 2008 - 12:00 AM)
220.127.116.11 Beta 1 (Sep 5, 2006 - 3:32 PM)
Packet8 (http://www.packet8.net) had local #'s available long before Vonage did in my area, and they have a cheaper unlimited plan than Vonage does. You also don't have to sign up for a year or two in advance and prepay like SunRocket.