Discussion in 'Networking & Security' started by horik, Sep 18, 2012.
Last 3 IE web browsers have this security issue. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-19636382
Nothing like getting a bad case of Poison Ivy for your PC. Can't soak it in tomato juice either. err
Guess the FF for now gets the nod until this clears up.
Rather than scaremongering here's a tool by Microsoft to address the issue before actual patch arrives.
Just install EMET.
well my main browser is FF so don't care too much about IE.
LOL who uses IE ?
A lot of businesses.
Government? Alot of company? Alot of people that buy computer and don't know about?
Personally, IE9 is doing well. I stopped using FF a long time ago has it was a Memory eater, and I do not like the interface.
it's always a personnal choice man
I think this here is a key statement:
Looks like the fix is out on Windows Update. IE8 and IE9 have it. It's rather large--just shy of 30 MiB.
Wasn't that the regular security update? I installed it but didn't look too close at what it was but I thought a saw something like "cumulative update".
This is what it was:
i use Google Chrome XD
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