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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.
Last night Google quietly announced that they would be “sunsetting” one of their more popular free services. “Sunsetting,” of course, is corporate-speak for kill, and on July 1, 2013 Mountain View multinational will mercilessly kill its Google Reader.
Google launched an update to its Chrome mobile browser on Monday, giving Android users a faster and more responsive experience while improving the search and sharing features for iPhone and iPad users.
This week those Windows 7 users will finally be able to upgrade to Internet Explorer 10.
A new version of Firefox, set for release this June, will begin using a rather sane approach to managing which sites can track users’ online activities.
The new Pak offers a way for network administrators to manage and enforce an array of settings in the popular internet browser. (PRWEB) January 24, 2013
The flawed Internet Explorer browser, not bad blood with Microsoft, is the reason that Windows Phone users have been unable to access Google Maps on their mobile devices, officials from the Mountain View, California-based tech giant have claimed.
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