Windows Mail WTF



  • This is actually the default settings:

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    And here I assume Windows Mail wanted to inform me that id had successfully failed.

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  • I'm not sure I understand your problem with the first one.  Are you against blacklists, or did you not realize that you were looking at one? 

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  • @Aaron said:

    Are you against blacklists, or did you not realize that you were looking at one?

    Look again. It's the standard "OMFG! Microsoft is blocking itself!".. especially 6 year old certificates.



  • @AbbydonKrafts said:

    Look again. It's the standard "OMFG! Microsoft is blocking itself!".. especially 6 year old certificates.

    It's probably the certificates that the dumbfucks at Verisign gave to hackers pretending to be Microsoft several years ago.  Once again proving that the best encryption in the world is useless in the face of human stupidity. 



  • Curses!  It appears that ImageShack is down as I write this, so I have no idea WTF is true anymore. 



  • @belgariontheking said:

    I have no idea WTF is true anymore

     

    Everything that isn't "false", "file not found" or "maybe" is "true". Knowing this will make is all that much easier to prove definitively that God really does exist ;-)



  • @medialint said:

    @belgariontheking said:

    I have no idea WTF is true anymore

     

    Everything that isn't "false", "file not found" or "maybe" is "true". Knowing this will make is all that much easier to prove definitively that God really does exist ;-)

    You forgot SILVER



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    [quote user="AbbydonKrafts"]Look again. It's the standard "OMFG! Microsoft is blocking itself!".. especially 6 year old certificates.

    It's probably the certificates that the dumbfucks at Verisign gave to hackers pretending to be Microsoft several years ago.  Once again proving that the best encryption in the world is useless in the face of human stupidity. 

    [/quote]Exactly what I thought. It would be a WTF for them NOT to blacklist known security issues like that.


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