Stop using Internet Explorer. Now.
By Written Inc. on April 29, 2014
Hot on the heels of Heartbleed, the web-based vulnerability that generated global headlines and worry earlier this month, we now have our next big technological weakness. This time it's Internet Explorer, the browser that ships with every version of Windows.Researchers have revealed that IE versions 9, 10 and 11 - which currently runs on 26% of all the PCs in the world - suffers from something called a Zero Day vulnerability. This makes it easy for hackers to launch socially engineered attacks that trick users into visiting fake websites that subsequently infect their machines. . . .