If you missed the chat last night, you can read the whole log below.
"In a lively online discussion Thursday, Microsoft engineers faced off with end users who lobbed irate questions, comments and a few tirades about its Internet Explorer browser. More than any topic, security reigned as the most pervasive theme during the online discussion, including when end users could see the next patch for vulnerabilities in IE.
IE staffers said the XP SP2 service pack is currently available for download as release candidate 2. That means it's not completed, final or stable yet, and that the final stable SP2 is coming soon. The chat came in the wake of recent security concerns with the browser, and expectations for fixes in the next version of IE. The browser's ActiveX scripting vulnerabilities have been faulted in several recent high-profile attacks that hit Web sites running Microsoft IIS 5.0 servers."