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You've all heard a major new flaw has been found affecting Internet Explorer all the way back to version 5. Microsoft pushed out a fix out of their regular "patch Tuesday" monthly schedule. The flaw has prompted some commentators to call for the replacement of IE with alternate browsers like Firefox. Just what was so serious? And what do Microsoft say that show Linux has the superior design?

Published in The Linux Distillery
Tomorrow, the 18th of December at 5am (Australian Eastern Standard Time), the 0-day security vulnerability that has embarrassed Microsoft into action will receive the urgently needed patch that will restore balance to the force and (temporarily) shut Linux zealots up.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
HTML clipboardThe first official version of the Secunia Personal Software Inspector (PSI) , a software vulnerability scanner has just been released. This is a top-rating Windows security tool that's free for home users.

Published in A Meaningful Look



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