Eric Anderson wrote:
> > Check out http://www.news.com/News/Item/0,4,8096,00.html?latest
> > for a CNET story ( "MS actively defends ActiveX" ) about Microsoft
> > setting up a Web site ( http://www.microsoft.com/security/ )
> > called the "Web Executable Security Advisor" to discuss the
> > dangers of downloading anonymous executable content of any kind
> > (including Java applets). The MS move is purportedly in response
> > to the German hacker ActiveX control which set up account fund
> > transactions in Quicken on the local client machine
> > (presumably Windows PC).
> This is classic - I try the URL http://www.microsoft.com/security and get
> a popup box stating:
> "This document contains no data"
your browser is smarter than mine.
i had to read the stuff to determine that for sure.
then i had to swipe off my browser.