Funny, when I take the Bing test I usually choose it most of the time. But when using it in real life I can't take the inflexibility and lack of features. It just shows, that Window's insecurity is a cultural setback at MS and is baked into Bing.
All those stories about Bing having security problems? There's nothing to them, it's just people over-reacting to a usually invisible error message that you can only get if you try forcing a secure connection on Bing. For, you see, Bing has never supported TLS, SSL, or HTTPS. Of course, that's a problem in itself, but there's nothing what-so-ever that's new about it.
I thought the complaint was that Bing doesn't support HTTPS. Of course that isn't anything new, but I for one was definitely unaware of it (and pretty shocked, actually)
Nope, never have. MSFT talked about supporting it in 2010 but they never followed through.
No, people thought that MSFT had let another SSL certificate expire when the truth was it never had had an SSL certificate in the first place.
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