Germany’s Office for Information Security Warns Against Microsoft’s Internet Explorer After China Attacks
Summary: Few updates about Internet Explorer flaws and the resultant situation
Germany’s Office for Information Security (BSI) has issued a warning against using Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (IE). The advisory follows cyber attacks against Google believed made possible by the IE weaknesses.
A Los Angeles law firm representing a company suing China for allegedly stealing its software code announced its computers have come under a cyber-attack that originated in the Asian nation and that the FBI is investigating the attempted intrusion.
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