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Kaspersky finds zero-day exploits in Windows OS and Internet Explorer used in targeted attack
"What is particularly interesting in the discovered attack is that the previous exploits we found were mainly about elevation of privileges."
Microsoft IE vulnerability to go unpatched until mid-Feb
A blog post from security vendor ESET has outlined the risk of the zero-day for those who are still using the relic browser of internet-past.
Microsoft places IE on death row
After 20 long years, Microsoft may finally be putting Internet Explorer out to pasture.
Listen up - Microsoft rolls out Internet Explorer patch... Windows XP included
In what has been a very busy week for those in Redmond, Microsoft has today released a patch designed to fill the hole in its Internet Explorer browser.
Microsoft issues Internet Explorer vulnerability guidance
"As criminals become more sophisticated, it is important to keep current with software that has the latest security protections built in."
Symantec leads Internet Explorer fight back
In response to the latest Microsoft Internet Explorer Zero Day vulnerability, Symantec has provided a script to mitigate against the attacks, posting the tool on its blog for people to download.
Microsoft rushes to fix major Internet Explorer security flaw
"Microsoft is aware of limited, targeted attacks that attempt to exploit a vulnerability in Internet Explorer 6, Internet Explorer 7, Internet Explorer 8, Internet Explorer 9, Internet Explorer 10, and Internet Explorer 11."
Windows XP users exposed as Internet Explorer comes under attack
"Symantec Security Response encourages users to temporarily switch to a different Web browser until a patch is made available by the vendor."
Microsoft got fined, but it doesn’t care
The European Commission has stung Microsoft with a US$731m fine for violating terms of its settlement of an ant-trust case - but will it care?
Internet Explorer 8 and Windows XP systems at risk
Dimension Data uncovers security issues which could allow remote parties to gain full control of a target PC.
Microsoft brings Internet Explorer 10 to Windows 7
After much speculation software company launches web browser preview.
How to stop your Internet Explorer getting infected
Microsoft urges hundreds of millions browser users to download security software after a newly discovered bug makes PCs vulnerable to hacker attacks.
Sydney e-retailer implements 'Internet Explorer 7 tax'
6.8% surcharge added to purchases to counter cost of supporting six-year-old browser.
Chrome overtakes Firefox, eyes up IE
Google browser takes second place in browser wars; so how far away is Internet Explorer?
‘Study’ questions intelligence of IE users - Updated
IQ test report revealed as a hoax. The French failed to see the funny side.
Safari and Chrome make gains in browser wars
Safari and Chrome gain market share despite version updates from Microsoft and Mozilla
The Netguide Browser wars - IE, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera, or Avant? We take a look.
Internet Explorer 9 goes live
The latest Microsoft browser comes out of beta and goes on general release in 39 languages.
Major improvements made to Chrome
Latest Google browser comes out of beta with updates made to speed, ease-of-use and password security.
IE9 available soon
Microsoft has announced that the beta version of its new web browser, Internet Explorer 9, will be available for download soon.
Microsoft patches botched Hotmail update
Try using Google Chrome in the meantime, Microsoft recommends...
Another fix for Internet Explorer
Users of Internet Explorer should expect a special security
update sometime within the next 24 hours.
Emergency patch issued for Internet Explorer
Microsoft has issued a special patch for its Internet Explorer browser to fix a detected vulnerability.
Chinese attack exploited IE, not PDF say experts
Security company McAfee says that the recent attack on Google and the email accounts of various human rights activists involved an Internet Explorer exploit, rather than an infected PDF as previously thought.