December 2nd, 2001, 08:28 AM
Dose anyone else think that saying "microsoft security" is an oxymoron? It's like saying 1337 script kiddie... it's a joke and laught upon by all.... a 1337 script kiddie, rofl
December 2nd, 2001, 01:13 PM
Microsoft? Security? To be honest I rarely use the two in the same sentence... I use them in adjacent sentences like...
Microsoft? You want Linux for real security.
December 2nd, 2001, 01:34 PM
Internet security is a hot topic nowdays, and as the e-commerce accelerates it's gonna be even more important. I think lack of security may lead to the fall of MS if they don't make better implementations in the future.
But Bill and his mates probably have figured this out and will prioritize security. But if they don't MS will go down, like many monopolists before them that didn't follow the right trail or didn't meet user requirements.
December 2nd, 2001, 02:33 PM
How about a sentence like this:
Originally posted by Rewandythal
Microsoft? Security? To be honest I rarely use the two in the same sentence...
"Hackers today easily penetrated Microsoft Security?"
"Analysts blame the virus on the lack of Microsoft Security"
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December 2nd, 2001, 02:38 PM
Like I said, I rarely use the two together... unless Im quoting a news story such as those examples.
December 2nd, 2001, 04:04 PM
True, the words Microsoft and security don't go together. But what anti-Microsoft tech hasn't snickered at the "Microsoft Works" oxymoron?
December 2nd, 2001, 05:16 PM
There's another one
"Microsoft Works".... ROFL
December 2nd, 2001, 05:51 PM
Let us also not forget "Microsoft Access".
December 2nd, 2001, 10:19 PM
There's always "Microsoft Excel" as well...
i.e. "Microsoft excel in the field of user-frustration, security holes and technical unsupport."
December 3rd, 2001, 02:33 AM