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Published on February 28, 2017 By Uvah In Personal Computing

Another woe for MS. A bug found in its browsers, IE11 and Edge, gives hackers access to your browser and you're along for the ride. 


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on Feb 28, 2017

same one the doc wrote about? bbc is just a few days late

 

speaking of windows... on the bright side.... in future, you can forbid installation of win32 stuff on win10! on the other hand, you'll just get infected by uwp stuff

http://www.zdnet.com/article/windows-10-to-permit-block-on-apps-installing-if-theyre-not-from-microsoft-store/

on Feb 28, 2017

alaknebs

in future, you can forbid installation of win32 stuff on win10
I am hoppy it's disabled by default . . I wonder if it will remain so.

on Feb 28, 2017

ZubaZ

I am hoppy it's disabled by default .

Zubaz iz Hoppy and he knows it (clap your hands)

on Feb 28, 2017

on Feb 28, 2017

Forgotten your Zubish, Phoon?

on Feb 28, 2017

MS is trying to force people to use their Edge browser.  I clicked a link on a website and it said it was only viewable in Edge.  Sure enough it won't open in Chrome or even IE.  I guess there are not many users out there.

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