Even Microsoft knows Internet Explorer's Security Flaws...

ahh, do i love my school computers....
ms fail - even microsoft knows internet explorer's security flaws...


we cant even use Firefox or Chrome at school. I want chrome!!!

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    in my opinion Ithink that chrome is better than ie and firefox. I had ie then got firefox. For a while i thought that firefox was the shit until I used chrome.

    i agree, chrome is the best (it beat the others in speed tests as well loading webpages, javascript, flash, adobe, etc.

    i did the same thing, started on IE, stopped using it (i never had a security issue as long as i kept it updated, everyone i know that had problems was running version 6 while version 8 was out. then i got mozilla... and mozilla was good for a while, now it's way too bulky, 300mb of system memory? F that. i went back to IE8 with tabbed browsing... then i learned about chrome and got that...

    i think right now, fully updated. chrome > IE > mozilla > (everything else)
    - c8r15 November 15, 2010, 3:44 am
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    put chrome on a flash drive, then run it from the flash drive. it breaks no rules at my school i checked.

    in my school...actually class...flash drives have been banned.
    - arrowdodger7 November 14, 2010, 12:49 pm
    oh dang man... thats rough i dunno how to get around that =/
    - Mocahking November 14, 2010, 5:20 pm
    ehh, problems.
    first of all, exe's cannot be run directly from a memory stick. It just says "this is blocked by a software restriction policy" but i worked out it runs if you copy it to my docs.

    second of all, they scan the folders and literally just delete the EXE files leaving you with just a load of dlls and stuff.

    i hate impero workstation....
    - SkinnyBill November 14, 2010, 8:23 pm
    well my comp is close to the wall so i just use one in the 'back entrance' lol
    - arrowdodger7 November 15, 2010, 1:03 am
    you probably have an antivirus that does that. i know symantec (norton) does that.

    a good workaround is when you copy it to your flashdrive to give it a filename like "anythingyouwant.txt" or even just dont put anykind of file extension in it. then copy it to your computer and change it to ".exe" then run it.
    - c8r15 November 15, 2010, 3:41 am
    no... it WILL NOT run from a memory stick. but if you copy it to the folder it works, wether it was copied or not :P
    - SkinnyBill November 15, 2010, 8:52 am
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