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'Not a polished release,' warns Belfiore.
Spartan a total break from IE.
IE 11 bug-finders get $28K to share.
Critical vulnerability being actively exploited.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer market share has dipped to an 11 year low.
Firefox is now the most popular browser, according to StatCounter.
Not surprisingly, Opera has said that Microsoft’s offer to completely remove Internet Explorer from Windows 7 was not enough to restore competition.
Browser developers Opera and Mozilla have accused Microsoft of anti-competitive behaviour over the Windows 7 update process, which resets the default browser to IE.
Microsoft has released a brace of patches in this month's update, including fixes for four Critical issues in Internet Explorer and Exchange Server.
Figures released by Net Applications show Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser losing a big share of the market to rivals Safari, Firefox, and Chrome.
Microsoft has released a security bulletin detailing a major security hole in all versions of Internet Explorer, which allows for remote code execution - and there's no fix as yet.
Google has taken the next logical step in its plans to conquer the Internet, with the beta launch of an open-source standards-compliant browser dubbed Chrome.
The Internet Explorer team over at Microsoft are hard at work on a pair of technologies designed to offer 'private browsing' without leaving incriminating evidence behind.
Windows XP Service Pack 3 disables on install an ActiveX control needed to connect to a Windows Home Server box via Remote Desktop Protocol, thanks to an 'upgraded' security model.
Can't quite believe the news that the next version of IE will follow W3C standards? Now Microsoft has launched the public beta you can try it for yourself.
HP's "helpful" Info Centre can turn nasty thanks to its ActiveX security flaw, that can allow malicious code to overtake your system.
After an online petition signed by over 16,000 people demanded that BBC's iPlayer software was open to more systems than just Windows XP and Internet Explorer, it seems something will finally be done!
Apple has announced that Safari is making the move into the PC browser wars. Oh...boy?
3, 2, 1 Mozilla Thunderbird 2 is go, supporting Vista and great new features like Message Tagging, improved Search and Advanced Folder Views.
Adobe has released news that its Acrobat Reader could open up vulnerabilities for those using Internet Explorer.
A new group has emerged to help make Internet Explorer a little safer, since Microsoft takes so long. The new Zeroday Emergency Response Team is patching the buggy browser
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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