Evidence of an Internet Explorer zero-day exploit capable of letting hackers steal files from Windows PCs was published online by a security researcher who also claims Microsoft knew of the vulnerability and opted not to patch it.
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Has anyone ever suggested that you stop using Internet Explorer and move onto a better web browser? Now, even Microsoft's Worldwide Lead for Cybersecurity wants you to stop using the old solution, citing poor support for modern web standards.
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The latest Patch Tuesday update for Windows 10 addresses an Internet Explorer vulnerability dubbed as "Double Kill." Discovered by the Qihoo 360 Core Security team, it allows hackers to take complete control of a victim's PC.
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There is a rather sophisticated Internet Explorer zero-day bug that is apparently in the wild. It was discovered by Chinese antivirus company Qihoo 360 Core and infects PCs via a malicious Office document.
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