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Internet Explorer: A zero-day security vulnerability allows hackers to steal files from Windows

BGR India Monday, 15 April 2019 ()
Microsoft Internet Explorer has quite a bad reputation when it comes to being a secure web browser. The reason we said this was because the browser has a well-documented history of extensive security flaws and extremely slow speed of patching the problems. In fact, Microsoft has stopped recommending users to use the browser. According to […]
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Microsoft is considering a fix for future versions of the product.

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