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An elite hacker group credited last year with having an inexhaustible supply of zero-day vulnerabilities was responsible for digging up and first using the newest unpatched bug in Internet Explorer (IE), a Symantec manager said.
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Google has taken steps to close potential security holes created by a fraudulent certificate for its google.com domain, discovered in late December.
Microsoft will release seven security updates next week -- including one rated critical for Windows 8 and Windows RT -- to patch 12 vulnerabilities in Windows, Office, SharePoint Server and the company's website design software.
Internet Explorer regained some of its mojo and recaptured some of its lost market share in 2012.
Newer versions of IE, including 2011's IE9 and this year's IE10, are not affected, Microsoft said. It urged those able to upgrade to do so.
Starting with version 25 of Google Chrome, browser extensions installed offline by other applications will not be enabled until users give their permission through a dialog box in the browser interface.
Internet Explorer is no longer the dominant Web browser, but Microsoft is attempting to stage a comeback with a strange new IE10 IE sucks ad campaign.
Microsoft's decision to turn on Internet Explorer 10's 'do not track' setting by default could turn some consumers against the browser if it interferes with features such as password retention and autofill, a new survey has concluded.
A novel technique based on MapReduce could let hackers hijack computing resources used by cloud-based mobile browsers and use them anonymously, according to security researchers from North Carolina State University and the University of Oregon.
A little more than a year after Mozilla debuted a customized version of Firefox starring Microsoft's Bing search engine, the open-source developer on Tuesday shipped another Microsoft tie-in, Firefox with MSN
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