Microsoft Firefox

image Download the new Microsoft version of the Firefox browser at Features include:
RSS (Real Simple Sex)
RSS is a relatively new algorithmic technology fueled by the continued hot desires of many online web users. Accessed by an illuminating an icon on the toolbar - a single click allows you to view and optionally download anything that resembles a tit, a boob or a breast - rendered directly in the browser with speeds up to 10 times faster than the competition. Real Simple Sex can scan and arrange explicit images/pictures in order of quality and effectively filters out irrelevant content such as balloons or soccer balls.


Googling Filter
Proactively warns and helps protect you against potential or known fraudulent sites such as, blocks the site and shuts down your computer if necessary. The filter is updated several times per hour using the latest security information from Microsoft.
Obviously a parody. An Information Week article notes that, "Neither site's owner could be tracked down. The .com site's domain owner's information was cloaked by a privacy feature of the registrar, while the information for the .net owner was clearly fake."

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Posted on Fri Nov 17, 2006


Earlier, the web saw the appearance of this:
Posted by LaMa  on  Fri Nov 17, 2006  at  05:08 AM
My friend is so anti-Microsoft, pro open-source, that I had to take a screen shot of that website and email it to him. I titled the message "Bet this'll make you shit your pants...". Didn't tell him it was a hoax...
Posted by Christopher  on  Fri Nov 17, 2006  at  05:36 AM
...the 'website' is hilarious though. It took awhile to download, but it was worth the wait.
Posted by Christopher  on  Fri Nov 17, 2006  at  05:42 AM
VERY well designed, but it's also very slow. Hmm, wonder if that might be deliberate? I hope someone can mirror the whole site before it gets shut down.
Posted by Bill  on  Fri Nov 17, 2006  at  08:25 AM
Anyone else getting the "Ads by Google" in the lower left corner of the main page? I'd say that's a bit of a giveaway... Or just Microsoft's incredible sense of irony?
Posted by Silentz  on  Fri Nov 17, 2006  at  10:40 AM
hmmm, just for kicks I went through the process of downloading it even though it says Credit Card required. It let me download what I believe is just a copy of Internet Explorer 7.

Also, loved the "Careers" page
Posted by Chuck  on  Fri Nov 17, 2006  at  01:09 PM
Hee-hee! "Where Am I Today" and "MS Akobe Phlash"!
Posted by JoeDaJuggler  on  Fri Nov 17, 2006  at  09:53 PM
I have sbcglobal as my DSL server. I saved this stupid link to my favorites, AFTER I thought it was cool enough to do so... This Friggin' link is a nightmare... SPYWARE (I guess that is the politically correct term). It CANNOT be removed, renamed, deleted, etc. off your favorites once it is saved... NO WONDER IT IS SO FRIGGIN SLOW!!! IT IS INSTALLING SPYWARE ON YOUR SYSTEM!!! Spybot, Adaware, Spyware Blaster, and IE Privacy Keeper cannot remove it. Neither can McAfee Internet Security Suite... FYI!!!!
Posted by Christopher  on  Sat Nov 18, 2006  at  05:23 PM

The page loaded quickly for me, and I'm not infected with anything.

Cute parody. But I think Vista and Office 2007's RTM leak is far more amusing than this.
Posted by Soldant  on  Sun Nov 19, 2006  at  12:53 AM
Finally got that stupid link removed from my favorites. Had to right click in the address bar, select 'delete'. THEN I had to go into IE tools, select IE options, clear all browsing histories (including temp folders), ran Adaware SE, removed all negligible items, and VOILA this link is no longer part of my system!
Posted by Christopher  on  Sun Nov 19, 2006  at  05:52 AM
This site is still hilarious though, just not as a 'favorites' link. It loads LIGHTNING FAST now too.
Posted by Christopher  on  Sun Nov 19, 2006  at  05:54 AM
I got myself an email account, and it actually works!
I'm not anti-microsoft, but this site made me laugh hard... the person who set this up out-done him/her self
Posted by Jai614  on  Sun Nov 19, 2006  at  02:48 PM
Christopher...if you had those sort of problems with the site it is probably exploiting a known issue with your browser/OS....install any security updates available for your OS and upgrade or change your browser.
Posted by Chuck  on  Mon Nov 20, 2006  at  06:17 AM
Christopher: no problems here, but then, I don't use Internet Explorer but (the real) Mozilla Firefox.
Posted by LaMa  on  Mon Nov 20, 2006  at  09:02 AM
Like I said above, I got the problem resolved now. I NEVER had ANY such problem before, and nobody I have talked to could explain what happened. Could have been a momentary glitch in SBC/Yahoo! browser, those happen all the time, just NEVER anything that hangs on like this one. Maybe if I'd have used IE7...
Posted by Christopher  on  Tue Nov 21, 2006  at  04:34 AM
Nice job out there. Whoever made this is a genius. Interesting ides.
Posted by Mitko  on  Sun Jul 27, 2008  at  02:04 PM
Nice Job. I loved it cheers
Posted by Mayank  on  Sun Oct 19, 2008  at  08:26 PM
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