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    I think it’s safe to say that any Microsoft Firefox User with Windows Updates enabled got it. Especially with Microsoft’s awful security. http://djd.newsvine.com/_news/2009/10/16/3391434-sneaky-microsoft-plug-in-puts-firefox-users-at-risk

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    I’m glad Mozilla is willing to stand up to a techno giant when they screw up.

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    Mark Aaron

    Alright Mozilla! can I get a W00t W00t!!!

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    interestingly enough, and sadly, I will have to get rid of Firefox due to security concerns. I will have to use IE 6. I got this today:

    IT Security has learned of a potentially serious security hole / concern introduced to the “company” network due to usage of the Mozilla Firefox web browser. Since Firefox is not a “company” standard, supported application, it is not currently monitored and patched to ensure protection for the “company” network.

    According to our network scan, your PC has Firefox loaded and you are an apparent user of this software. We have been directed to remove Firefox software from the “company” network.

    No action is required on your part. It will be uninstalled in approximately one week.

    Thanks in advance for your cooperation in maintaining a secure and productive network environment.

    …sigh, I will miss you Firefox.

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