[Full-Disclosure] (IE/SCOB) Switching Software Because of Bugs: Some Facts About Software and Security bugs
guninski at guninski.com
Sun Jul 4 11:08:15 BST 2004
one should be carefull when quoting product usage numbers.
our SED (Social Engineering Department) advised us you may get a monetary
our NAND (Numeric Analyziz and Numerology Department) was kind enough to do
unbreakable research and came with the following:
 studies the "wealth" product usage of users on the hardware called
according to product usage, users may be divided into 2 groups
A. users using the "living (tm)(r)(inc)" product.
B. users using the "wealthy living (tm)(r)(inc)" product
according to  A are about 80% and B are about 20% of all users on above
NAND deducted the following facts:
1. (A) are much more frequently exploited than (B)
2. (B) uses about 84.314% of the system resources of the hardware America.
NAND told us that if the hardware Earth is examined, higher numbers will be
Hope NAND helped you get the big picture.
On Wed, Jun 30, 2004 at 01:55:17PM -0700, Drew Copley wrote:
> -> Internet Explorer, for several years, has had 94% of the browsing
> population. That is everyone. It may not be the most visible majority,
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