|reply to slajoh01 |
Re: IE Zero-Day
Exactly. There is no point of upgrading to IE 9 or 10. Thing is a lot of companies have a crazy policy that does not allow to go with any other browser, but freaking IE.
And do people or users know if they have been attacked from this exploit? What are the signs and symtoms?
Ok, then let me ask this to everyone.
For those of u here who have always have been a fan of IE or has or is still using IE as their main browser, are u considering to use another browser?
The reason I like IE, because I can lock it down using the Group Policy editor. Firefox does not have this kind of "granular" control.
And thats perhaps one of the reasons why System Admins prefer to use IE at most companies.
Until MS rolls out this fix or patch, I will use FF instead....in the meantime.