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Another critical patch seeks to address a vulnerability in the Internet Explorer browser, from versions 6 through 11. Still another affects Microsoft Exchange. On the other hand, PC World noted most of the critical bulletins require a user to
Microsoft Corp. said Thursday that it has made its latest browser, Internet Explorer 11, available to users of Windows 7 machines. The new browser had already been part of the Windows 8.1 upgrade the company released last month. The browser,
Comments Don't miss stories Follow The Verge President Barack Obama said today that the administration is working with top private tech companies to resolve the numerous technical issues with Healthcare.gov, the website where Americans are supposed
Dustin Childs, group manager for Microsoft Trustworthy Computing Response Communications, said the patch will be one of eight that will roll out on Oct. 8 (Oct. 9 in Manila). "The Critical update for Internet Explorer will be a cumulative update
The following review is part of Macworld's GemFest 2013 . Every day (except Sunday) from mid-July until late September, the Macworld staff will use the Mac Gems blog to briefly cover a standout free or low-cost program...You can view a list of this
31pm Users of Android smartphones and tablets can now share their devices with friends and family without compromising their online activities, with a new version of the Firefox web browser. Mozilla said this is the gist of its "Guest Browsing"
That's Microspeak for top priority, and that's the news and observations you'll find here from Seattle Times technology reporter Janet I...Tu The release preview version of Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7 is now available for download .
The software giant said the bug, which relates to the browser's memory, could affect all versions of IE6 to 10. Attackers could set up websites specifically designed to exploit the vulnerability, Microsoft said, and then run malicious code on users'
Tuesday after hackers exploited a security flaw in the popular Web browser to attack an unknown number of users. The software maker said on its website it released the software, known as a "Fix It," as an emergency measure to protect customers after
51pm Mozilla has pushed back to late January 2014 its efforts to produce a touch-friendly version of its Firefox browser for Microsoft Windows 8's "Metro" interface. A report on PC World said Mozilla had initially set December 10 as a target date for