[Scribus] Windows booklet printing

Jean Ghali jghali
Sun Nov 5 15:36:28 CET 2006

However, one has to make sure that the WSH is not running (it should
be disabled!) when you're using the same system for Internet browsing
as many WSH related vulnerabilities have been discovered in the past.
So, it's good for standalone disconnected systems or the ones on the
local lan which is disconnected with the Internet.

WSH has vulnerabilities, it's a fact. Halas disabling completely WSH from a
system requires either modifying manually the registry or downloading
specific tools. Disabling it from IE options does not disable it
Javascript/JScript is not much more secure tho. I have seen friends of mine
being infected with malware by such scripts when running fully patched
firefox, the solution being in consequence to disable javascript.
Is that enough to say Javascript is only good for standalone disconnected
systems? Don't think so...

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