[Full-disclosure] Re: [Owasp-dotnet] RE: 4 Questions: Latest IEvulnerability, Firefox vs IE security, User vs Admin risk profile, and browsers coded in 100% Managed Verifiable code
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Sat Apr 1 02:36:08 BST 2006
On 3/31/06, Joe Ciechanowski <joe at innismaggiore.com> wrote:
> What do you guys think about these products for "secure" browsing / internet
Seem like http://www.trustware.com/ make this software
I find it interesting that in the SpotLight section They have a
photograf of the pentagon which reads: "A Government rated Trojan
Horse Defense and Security System". Upon clicking on the link, I find
NO information about any government institution using the application.
And they do host a lot MP3s on their webserver. See:
http://am.trustware.com/ (Illegal ???)
I would be very wary of installing / buying such software.
Here is the Netcraft Report for their website:
I would say it is pretty low ranking for a site that claims to have
developed a solution that solves all security problems.
Saqib Ali, CISSP
"I fear, if I rebel against my Lord, the retribution of an Awful Day
(The Day of Resurrection)" Al-Quran 6:15
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