Google has joined a growing list of other companies & has just announced that it will cease support for Microsoft’s trouble-plagued & ancient web-browser, Internet Explorer 6, (and other old browsers), from 1st March 2010. What will this mean for people still using IE6 and other old browsers? Well, for one thing, from March 1 you may begin noticing that certain functions won’t work properly ……….
Microsoft has just released a fix for a severe vulnerability in its popular web browser, Internet Explorer. The hole was the weak link in IE that allowed the recent “sophisticated and targeted” cyber attacks on Google in China………
There are multiple vulnerabilities that have (just) been found in Adobe Flash Player & Adobe Air, according to a report by Secunia released just yesterday (USA time). The problems involve exposure of system information & system access from a remote location & the risks are rated “Highly Critical”…..
For anyone who’s serious about writing articles online, there’s some new developments and changes going on at EzineArticles.com, the premier article submission website on the Internet today, which you need to be aware of. They’ve decided enough is enough and are tightening up their content filters even more, and will now be rejecting any articles which are highly derivative works and …….