||Yes I have looked into the MCSE, stupid. I do hold that certification. I also have the A+, Net+, iNet+, CNA, CNE, RHCNA, RHCNE, MCP, Linux+.
If you are so well versed why don't YOU give a solution behind the stupidity that you posted earlier. This method is obviously ineffective if the patches and security updates have not yet been released by Microsoft.
Come on smart guy.
Also it's not a death threat, stupid. I did not literally post "I'm gonna kill you" or something to that effect. If you considered it a threat than you also consider yourself a moron.
Here's an incomplete list of items that MS has literally FAILED to even address:
Outlook Express automatically launches executables
ActiveX exploit (ie InternetExploder)
Easy theft of Passport LuserID, password, and wallet
Many of these have been well documented by third parties, and sent to MS with high priority. Some are even hard coded into the design of Windows. Microsoft, rather than address the problem, sends them an e-mail that is little more than a slap on the wrist.
major problem reported to MS (ie Nimda)
problem goes public
MS states they are developing a fix
Other companies release a fix (ie Symantec)
MS states fix will be available soon
Ms receives bad press
problem dies down
MS fix released, only fixes half of the problem
More bad press, including holes not plugged
This all makes me wonder when that IIS fix MS has been talking about is going to be released. I bet some other company already found a solution. Oh wait, Sun Microsystems.