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New zero-day vulnerability identified in all versions of IE

The flaw, which is being leveraged in "limited, targeted attacks," allows remote code execution, Microsoft warns.

By April 27, 2014

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Excel 0-day threat

Excel 0-day threat

By June 16, 2006

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Microsoft challenges poor grade for Security Essentials

The antivirus program didn't do so hot in a recent test, which isn't sitting well with the folks at Redmond.

By January 17, 2013

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Java flaw draws Web attacks, reports say

A vulnerability in the Java software has the potential to affect a wide swath of computer users, and researchers warn that it's already being exploited "in the wild."

By January 10, 2013

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Microsoft offers advice to deal with IE security bug

With no fix available yet, Microsoft has a few words of wisdom for users who don't want to be bit by the newly-discovered bug.

By September 18, 2012

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New Internet Explorer weakness already exploited in attacks

Researchers say a previously unknown hole in IE has already been used to deliver a trojan in real-world attacks.

By September 17, 2012

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Quick fix: Pwnium exploit of Chrome patched within 24 hours

Google says that the exploit Chromium contributor Sergey Glazunov discovered has already been fixed. It has also patched another exploit announced at Pwn2Own 2012.

By March 9, 2012

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Chrome hacker wins $60,000 for finding 'full' exploit

The winner, Sergey Glazunov, was the first to submit an entry in Google's Pwnium competition to find security exploits in Chrome.

By March 8, 2012

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Researcher reports apparent China interest in IE hole

New 'cross_fuzz' tool is designed to find bugs in Web browsers and needs fast distribution because of an IE vulnerability leak, researcher says.

By January 3, 2011

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Microsoft warns of targeted attacks using new IE hole

Attackers target specific organizations, sending employees e-mails directing them to a Web site where exploit code could take over their computers.

By November 3, 2010