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PolicyLock™ Tool Kit Disables IE Flash Add-on Across 100s or 1,000s of Users Simultaneously Gaithersburg, MD (PRWEB) April 30, 2014 Raxco Software,
After a web security firm identified and revealed a zero-day exploit in Internet Explorer over the weekend, Microsoft announced that it is actively investigating the vulnerability and will take “appropriate action” once it completes that investigation.
Microsoft announced on Wednesday that its Internet Explorer design team would have a new boss, Joe Belfiore. Outgoing Dean Hachamovitch will reportedly remain with Microsoft, but move to a new position within the company.
When Microsoft released Windows 8 last year, it made Internet Explorer 10 an integral part of the operating system. However, Windows 7 users were left with the older IE9 for months until IE10 finally arrived for the older OS, about four months later, on February 26.
idcloak publishes a new article detailing how the privacy capabilities of Internet Explorer’s In Private Browsing feature is often misunderstood.
Microsoft announced on Wednesday that it will launch a security bounty program that pays as much as $100,000 to anyone that exposes flaws, bugs and security vulnerabilities in its software before and after the products are released.
A zero-day flaw has been found in Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 8 (IE8), a four year old version of their popular web browser. Security experts and Microsoft alike have pointed out this flaw which has been found to be used by Chinese hackers to target US nuclear researchers in watering-hole attacks.
Microsoft has released a new ‘tool’ called Your Privacy Type that is meant to help Internet surfers understand how they can improve their browsing behaviors.
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