Excuse me while I laugh at you ignorance. Ha.
Originally Posted by 4phun
Another one that doesn't know what he is saying. Where did you get this idea that because a project is open that it means it is more vulnerable? If that is correct, then Firefox should be the most vulnerable compared to everything out there because it's also an open sourced project. Open sourced project is not more dangerous, because the source is open, anyone can contribute to the project at anytime. This is why Firefox used to update like crazy because it was getting better by the second (now it's slower because the project becomes more and more concrete).
Originally Posted by Seadog
Security can be breached by any means if there is a weak spot. If there is a vulnerability, any company will act in almost nano-seconds to fix that weak link. Open means that the project has a lot more developers than closed ones. Which will be more secure? That's one of the stupidest questions.
every cell phone company is limiting the amount of time spent on the mobile web :mad: