Internet Explorer zero-day flaw being used to target Gmail accounts

By Shawn Knight
Jun 14, 2012
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  1. A new zero-day exploit in Internet Explorer making the rounds has security experts from Microsoft and Google on their heels. The drive-by flaw is being used to gain access to Gmail accounts and remains unpatched as of writing, although Microsoft…

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  2. John Senchak

    John Senchak Newcomer, in training

    Once again, if you use a third party browser like Firefox of Chrome then you won't be subjective to this vulnerability.

    The law of more vulnerability "Active Scripting . + Internet Explorer + Microsoft = exploited Windows computer "

    The law of less vulnerability " No active Scripting +Third Party party browser+ Microsoft= More safe internet surfing"
  3. Puiu

    Puiu TechSpot Addict Posts: 1,021   +87

    NoScript + AdBlock Plus + user awareness = safe browsing

    Most threats can be avoided just by being a bit careful and avoiding suspicious websites. More complex threats can avoided by having a very tech-savvy friend and the ability to be able to follow his advice. :D
  4. Mantrhax

    Mantrhax Newcomer, in training Posts: 36

    I.E. = Flaw = MS = Fail


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