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220.127.116.11 (Aug 2, 2007)
It's too bloated, it uses a lot of resources. Slow down your PC a lot, at Windows startup.
1.5.1890.30 (Apr 6, 2007)
Windows LiveOne Care is the best antivirus because it uses very small amount of resources and is fully compatible with Windows Vista
7.04 "Feisty Fawn" Beta (Mar 24, 2007)
2.70.32 (Mar 21, 2007)
Nod32 is a resources hog
0.90.1 (Mar 21, 2007)
ClamWin is not an antivirus, because it hasn't a real time scanner, so it's useless. ClamWin/ClamAV is also the worst in viruses detection
0.90.1 (Nov 27, 2007 - 4:58 AM)
I stopped using Apple QuickTime libraries. They have a lot of security flaws!
0.90.1 (Oct 14, 2007 - 5:45 AM)
Mac OS, Linux Share a Windows Flaw:
Dear fanboys, I would like to emphasize the presence of the word "may" in the title.
Microsoft Corporation recently announced plans to release a patch to reduce the risk of a new kind of Web-based security vulnerability, but security researchers say that other operating systems are probably at risk too. Nathan McFeters, a security researcher with Ernst & Young Global Limited, is one of the researchers who has been studying the problem most closely. He hopes to present more details on how Linux and Mac OS X may also be susceptible to what are known as Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) protocol handler flaws at the Toorcon hacking conference, being held next week in San Diego. Although McFeters admitted he had not yet found a way to run unauthorized code on Unix-based operating systems, he and his fellow researchers have discovered a number of issues that looked like they could be grounds for further research.
The problem McFeters and others have been researching over the past few months has to do with the URI protocol handling technology, used to launch programs from within Web browsers. Because any software developer can register their own application with the operating system, programs can be effectively launched within the browser without proper checks on the way they are being executed. Microsoft said that it was up to software developers to make sure their programs check the links so that they don't include malicious code.
0.90.1 (Oct 8, 2007 - 2:26 PM)
I don't like Thunderbird. I'm not surprised if Mozilla will abandon it
0.90.1 (Oct 5, 2007 - 4:57 AM)
then also in Linux you have Konqueror browser integrated with the OS and shell.
In Mac OS X you have Safari browser integrated with the OS and shell.
Firefox has serious flaws in its FirefoxURI handler protocol that makes Windows users vulnerable in the same way:
IE is not "integrated" with OS, but it uses shared libraries just like Konqueror, Safari, Mozilla & Thunderbird & Sunbird (Thunderbird and Sunbird also share Firefox's libraries in the same way and so a flaw in Mozilla libraries hits all Mozilla products). IE runs with user privileges like Firefox.
Windows (like Linux and Mac) needs HTML/XML libraries in order to show links and documents in the OS and so it's normal there're shared libraries for all Internet applications, there's nothing wrong in IE.
0.90.1 (Aug 29, 2007 - 3:05 PM)
JeremyGNJ, you have an UAC prompt because "all users" is NOT "only your" user. So this prompt is right.