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Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Mozilla Fights Back

Mozilla is fighting back against Symantec's report issued on Monday that claimed that big vulnerabilities were being found in Firefox. The president of Mozilla Europe fought back by saying that when a vulnerability is found that Mozilla's "ability to react, find a solution and put it into the user's hands is better than Microsoft." Of course it is. That's why Mozilla is a better and safer browser.

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Thanks alot. I try to do the best I can. I will get right on that.

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