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Originally posted by WolfofWar
"iexplore.exe" is the main executable of the Internet Explorer browser from Mircosoft. It is considered a part of the Windows operating system. Check the security settings for this program to minimize the risk when you are surfing.
Seems that it is a normal executable for explorer, but malware can replace it and place it in a different location to act as a trojan.
hackerjohn23 - have you banned him yet if you need a reason look at the history for encyclopediadramatica.com... if you want to that is idc |RubySea| user | talk | contribs 11:18, 11 August 2010 (UTC)
Oh no you did not not i look through them today after i got up and well they are ok |RubySea| user | talk | contribs 19:00, 11 August 2010 (UTC)
I'm having trouble locating the Wired 2006 article. Any suggestions? (Sjrily (talk) 03:54, 16 August 2010 (UTC))
I have none, but it is a concern that the two most authoritative asserted sources to notability (Wired and CNN) cannot be adequately referenced. I also find this curious, and I believe that should these references be removed, which I believe would be appropriate the situation considered, the article would simply fail Wikipedia's notability requirements. __meco (talk) 06:55, 16 August 2010 (UTC)
A 2006 article in Wired praised the skeptical and analytical analysis of the site, while a CNN television special attracted negative attention to the site while showing topics created by "9/11 truthers".
Originally posted by Nosred
Ummmmmmmmmmm, did I miss something here? That looks like it's about ATS to me. No conspiracy here.