You know I love The Register, but this story on Mozilla security holes is pretty pathetic. The story discusses six security flaws that were discussed on BugTraq, only one of which affects the current stable releases of Mozilla. A few weeks ago, Mozilla 1.0.1 was released specifically to fix the security holes mentioned in this article (along with about 20 others), so why is it news now that people are discussing these holes, which have already been repaired? I’ve heard that some old versions of Sendmail are subjec to buffer overflows, perhaps The Register should have a reporter call me.