Microsoft released nine new security bulletins, including updates to patch an XML flaw actively under attack, and vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer 9.
Microsoft plans to publish nine new security bulletins next Tuesday, including an unusual back-to-back update for Internet Explorer.
Internet Explorer may be down, but expect a spike in IE market share when Windows 8 hits the street.
Two browser tracking firms disagree on the dominant browser, but concur that Firefox is slipping.
Microsoft is maintaining its year-long silence on a release timetable and features for its new browser on its current OS.
The firms question how their rival measures usage, and which browser -- Microsoft's Internet Explorer or Google's Chrome -- is the planet's most popular.
There are multiple exploits circulating online that attack a known flaw in the Internet Explorer browser that Microsoft has already issued a patch for.
Microsoft issued a patch to address the vulnerability in IE, but the flaw triggering the warning message was not addressed.
Analysis: Microsoft's plan to make Do Not Track the default in IE10 has been killed dead by the ad industry. Anybody surprised?
Next week's Patch Tuesday will feature a fix for a vulnerability in Internet Explorer that came to light at the celebrated Pwn2Own hacking competition.