Dutch police: Do not use Internet Explorer




Dutch police: Do not use Internet Explorer¬† The High Tech Crime Team of the Dutch police advises users not to use. Microsofts Internet Explorer browser That is what the police unit in response to a recently discovered vulnerability in Adobe Flash Player in the browser. The High Tech Crime Team said via his Twitter account that users’ time being no need to use IE “because of the leak. “Use IE only if it is essential and comprehensive in protected mode,” the police component. According to the THTC users can temporarily use more ‘safer alternatives’ as Opera, Firefox, Safari or Chrome. The Dutch police component thus gives the same advice wonder if the U.S. government, on Monday the same said. Microsoft confirms vulnerability in Internet Explorer and says working on a solution. Which will not only be available for the majority of Windows XP users. Microsoft ended earlier this month because the operating system support in 2001. Only paying customers, such as government, still get support. The vulnerability allows hackers are able to get through a vulnerability in Flash to manipulate memory. Objects in the browser They can thus circumvent security mechanisms as pat and ASLR, as discovered security firm FireEye. Although the leak in many IE versions can be found, attackers would focus particularly on IE9, IE10 and IE11.


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