All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Internet Explorer 8’

Internet Explorer 8 Zero-Day Exploit Gets Fixed Today

Earlier this month, Internet Explorer 8 was hit with a pretty nasty zero-day exploit. Microsoft sprung to action with a quick fix, but there wasn’t a permanent patch solution available just yet. That day has finally come with the patch hitting Windows PCs later today. The Microsoft Security Response Center reported on Sunday that a patch for Internet Explorer 8 …

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Use Internet Explorer 8? You’ll Want This Zero-Day Exploit Fix

Microsoft would love it if you used Internet Explorer 9, or IE10 on Windows 8. That’s not going to happen, however, as many users are still on Windows XP where Internet Explorer 8 reigns supreme. Those users are now under attack as a zero-day exploit has been found. The security researchers at FireEye discovered a zero-day exploit in Internet Explorer …

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Twitter Kindly Requests That You Stop Using Internet Explorer 8

Do you have a PC running Windows XP? Do you use Internet Explorer 8 on said PC? If so, Twitter has some words of advice – move it or lose it. Twitter Support tweeted out today that they’re currently looking into a problem where Tweets aren’t posting in Internet Explorer 8. They kindly suggest that users currently affected by the …

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Microsoft Unveils New Internet Explorer 8 Commercials

Shortly after Microsoft unleashed it’s monstrous campaign for Bing, they’re unveiling yet another campaign – this one for Internet Explorer 8.

The IE8 campaign features commercials starring actor, and former Superman, Dean Cain as public service announcer.

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Internet Explorer 8 Pops Up In Beta

The answer to the question “how long until IE8 will be ready for download” turned out to be 3pm ET today.

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