Another day, another Internet Explorer flaw. Only this time there's no patch.
Leaving aside the relative merits or otherwise of Internet Explorer this is going to be a story to watch. Microsoft constantly disses open source code for relying on volunteers for technical support, maintaining that business can't rely on enthusiasts to solve its problems.
Then again, see how quickly this flaw gets fixed compared to Firefox flaws. The last problem with Firefox took less than a week to fix.
Given that some of the patches Microsoft releases are for holes found months before, it'll be interesting to see whether commercial specialists can work faster than those who do it for love.
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