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[quote=disrupted] gorilla, i didn't mean km will become risky to use with non-supported gecko.. heck i still use km 0.8 sometimes.. km will never be ie :) but what i meant by security reasons is the liability part.. km devs can't publish a program knowing of a vulnerability that was announced in a trunk but can no longer fix because mozilla will not issue a patch update.. no matter how remote that risk is; it will be a serious liability so they will always need to use supported builds. also many users will be reluctant to download and install km if it has vulnerability in the engine that isn't addressed due to mozilla dropping its support. even with the most severe vulnerabilities, you can disable js(which is the main cause of all evil) and use an extension like policy manager or noscript to enable js for only the sites you use frequently and require js for proper display. [quote=guenter] If they put now $$ into circulation they deserve no better. [/quote] this is so true and typical stinky capitalist policy..unfortunately mozilla has become a big representative of it in the last few years :([/quote]
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