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Microsoft talks about IE security concerns

Posted on Tuesday, January 18 2005 @ 19:39:06 CET by

InformationWeek has posted the full text of Microsoft's response to a survey regarding Internet Explorer, and whether companies are switching to Mozilla's browser.
You mentioned that many or the respondents in the self-selecting survey recommended against IE and that many people have said Microsoft needs to address security issues more fully.

Regarding the recommendation, we're aware that some people have recommended against IE, but we also know that hundreds of millions of users use Windows because of its broad ecosystem of applications that are constantly being tested and implemented, and this ecosystem demonstrates the rich choice out there for customers.
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