Looking at the news these last couple of days, you’d think the XPocalypse has begun. A vulnerability has been discovered in Internet Explorer 6 through 11 and code has been made publicly available to attack it. Since, according to several websites, this is a critical vulnerability that was discovered after Microsoft officially ended support for … Continue reading "Security Thoughts: The Inconvenient Truth about CVE-2014-1776 (aka “The Windows XP Mega Vulnerability”)"
The world, as a lot of people know it, is coming to an end on April 8, 2014: They’ll be cut off from the world, left out in the cold, doomed to live in a world of lawlessness and trapped in wars between good and (don’t be) evil. Note: I’m not talking about the … Continue reading "First signs of the XPocalypse…"
The IE Team at Microsoft released Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 for Windows XP with ServicePack 2 today and as we all know (for quite some time now) Microsoft will distribute it as a high priority update through Automatic Updates and will make it available on the Windows Update Website.