Posts Tagged: Internet Explorer

Computer Security Watch – June 10 2014

Computer Security Watch – June 10 2014

June 10, 2014

The Vulnerabilities Of Internet Explorer   Today’s Top Threat Microsoft Internet Explorer CVE-2014-1780 Remote Memory Corruption Vulnerability The devious people we often call hackers have found another memory-corruption vulnerability in internet explorer and have been doing their best to seize the advantage. Versions 10 and 11 of Internet Explorer are at risk. Keep your versions […]

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Bug Found In Internet Explorer Lets Hackers Control Your Computer

Bug Found In Internet Explorer Lets Hackers Control Your Computer

April 29, 2014

Right now, Microsoft is hurrying to fix a problem in its popular Web browser that was found over the weekend by security experts at FireEye. This bug is something that hackers have caught on to and are exploiting it as hard as they can. Basically, hackers have began setting up websites that they are tricking […]

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Computer Security Watch – April 28 2014

Computer Security Watch – April 28 2014

April 28, 2014

Microsoft To Windows XP Users About Zero Day Bug: No Updates For You! Today’s Top Threat Backdoor.Zegost!gen2 The Backdoor.Zegost virus is a typical Trojan virus that will open the “back door” of your computer and let all of his buddies in to wreak havoc on your system. Symantec classifies this virus as easy to remove […]

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Microsoft Beefs Up Internet Explorer in Preparation of Pwn2Own 2013

Microsoft Beefs Up Internet Explorer in Preparation of Pwn2Own 2013

February 12, 2013

Microsoft recently patched a total of 14 vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer as it prepares the browser for its time as a target at next month’s annual Pwn2Own hacking contest. Microsoft recently patched 57 vulnerabilities, including 14 affecting Internet Explorer, that were delivered in two separate security updates. One of those updates, MS13-009, corrected 13 flaws, […]

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How Changing Internet Browsers Can Increase Cyber Security

How Changing Internet Browsers Can Increase Cyber Security

October 4, 2012

While no internet browser out there can offer you complete and total security, you could increase your protection by switching your browser, especially if you change to one that is less well known than others. In addition to that, deciding to use one browser for highly sensitive tasks and using another one for everyday web […]

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Twitter Announces Support for Do Not Track Technology, Implements It Immediately

Twitter Announces Support for Do Not Track Technology, Implements It Immediately

May 21, 2012

Twitter recently announced that it is supporting “Do Not Track” and showed that support by immediately halting online tracking of users who trigger a setting in their browsers. The announcement was made by an official with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) during a Do Not Track (DNT) event that was hosted by Mozilla. Mozilla, […]

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