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From: Andrew Rodger <>
Subject: Re: [SOUTH-AFRICA] FW: Web Page warnings
Date: Wed, 2 Sep 2009 13:03:55 +1000
On 1 Sep 2009, at 4:46 PM, Richard Ball wrote (snip):
> The message is not from anti-virus or anti-malware software but from
> Google - presumably this google malware has been installed without
> asking in the latest updates of those programs. Another instance of
> Google trying to take over the world?
According to the website of Mozilla (the creator of Firefox) it is a
non-profit company, with its output under the Creative Commons scheme,
which hardly sounds like Google. Chrome on the other hand is a Google
product. Even if Google is trying to take over the world (i.e. do a
Microsoft!), it doesn't yet seem to have knocked out Mozilla.
I've been using Firefox for a while now, as it more quickly adjusts to
all the things websites do to make browsers unusable than does Safari,
which is an Apple product; and both Firefox and Safari work better on
Mac than MSIE, which seems rather clunky.
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