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Re: How NSA access was built into Windows



On Friday 19 January 2007 11:45, Robin Laing wrote:
[...]
>I read an article recently about being able to enable Firefox as your
>default browser on Windows XP and how an outside program can change your
>settings and call IE, even if it isn't your default browser.  The
>problem was this happened to a witness in a Microsoft court case,
>luckily before he hit the stand.

Why would one use the term luckily, Robin?  I would have thought that if 
it had actually occurred in the courtroom, it would have been very 
helpfull to the petitioner.  M$ guilty yet again.

>Hopefully the NSA can convince MS to separate application from the OS
>under security.
>--
>Robin Laing

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