Therefore, unless the nptrident.dll is deleted from the NS8 Plugins folder, the fact that spyware
can be picked up so casually, makes NS8 just as big a security risk as Internet Explorer itself.
In which case, until Netscape do the wise thing and totally remove all IE support from NS8,
as soon as possible,
the new browser should be avoided at all costs.
Users of Gecko based
browsers should stick with the Mozilla Application Suite or Mozilla Firefox.[/quote]
No, this was not something I meant, I actually really enjoy the double engine as there are some special sites (actually databases) that I am using and which are running only with IE so therefore I had to have 2 browsers open at once which is insane. Now I can use only one. But I would love to have the extension how IE trident is used on the same stage as in prototype 2, especially I miss the icon informing me which engine is being used at the moment to render the site directly in the tab. Otherwise I am not willing to take Netscape 8 as I dont take such security risk (deleting the trident dll is still a possibility though).
UserAgent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7.2) Gecko/20040804 Netscape/7.2 (ax)
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