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Internet Explorer flaw leaves Windows users vulnerable to hackers -- even those who don't use the browser

Monday April 15, 2019. 03:41 PM , from BetaNews
A zero-day exploit found in Internet Explorer means hackers could steal files from Windows users. What's particularly interesting about this security flaw is that you don't even need to be an Internet Explorer user to be vulnerable. A security researcher has revealed details of an unpatched exploit in the way IE handles MHT files, and the problem affects Windows 7, Windows 10 and Windows Server 2012 R2. It leaves users vulnerable not only to having their files stolen by hackers, but also means they could be spied upon. See also: Microsoft email hack was worse than first thought -- some… [Continue Reading]
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