Security is such a bother...
It's so annoying to have to click again after I already
clicked such a short time ago...
All I wanted to do was execute a program - one click
should be sufficient for the task...
After all, It's not like I'm trying to *delete* something...
(which should take eleven clicks to make sure I really meant
to delete what I'm trying to delete because I don't have any
backups in case the file I delete is needed later*)...
Leave it to Symantec to "give the people what they want"
with no regard for the security implications.
* After the recycle bin there should be a truck and then a
waste management distribution center and a landfill where
I could still go to get back that file should the need arise.
The consequences of deleting a file IMO are far less than
the ones of executing a program (seeing as the program
could then effectively delete *everything*) so why all the
complaints about an extra click when a user (or something
else) invokes a program?
"Mr. Arnold" <MR. Arnold@Arnold.com
> wrote in message
> http://www.betanews.com/article/New_... ck/1223668881
> There was another one presented here a couple of months ago.