Microsoft announced last week that it will stop supporting IE 8, 9 and 10 on January 12th 2016, ending security updates and technical support for users of older versions of the web browser. If you’re using Windows 7 8 or 10, upgrading is not an issue. For users of older machines such as Vista[…]
Despite some rumors, the vulnerability in Internet Explorer is still active and has not been repaired. US-CERT /DHS are suggesting to all users to use an alternate browser, such as Chrome or Firefox until this issue is resolved. US-CERT http://www.kb.cert.org/vuls/id/222929 DHS warns against using Internet Explorer until bug is patched | PCWorld.
Microsoft was scrambling Sunday to repair a security hole in its widely used Internet Explorer Web browser, saying it had detected attempts to exploit the flaw. The US software giant said that the coding problem affected versions six through 11 of its flagship browser, noting it was aware of “limited, targeted attacks” taking advantage of[…]