“The problem is found in Internet Explorer 11 as well as the Edge browser.”
Google has released details of a bug in Microsoft’s browsing programs that would allow attackers to build websites that make the software crash.
Google researcher Ivan Fratric said the bug could, in some cases, allow attackers to hijack a victim’s browser.
The bug was found in November, but details are only now being released after the expiry of the 90-day deadline Google gave Microsoft to find a fix.
Microsoft has yet to say when it will produce a patch that removes the bug.
The problem is found in Internet Explorer 11 as well as the Edge browser and arises because of the way both programs handle instructions to format some parts of web pages.
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Ex-Apple Engineers turn your iPad into an extra display. Now for Mac & PC.
This has already been tested by the Computrex techs. Makes your iPad a secondary display. Highly useful and super-easy to setup.
See Details at the following site: http://www.duetdisplay.com/
Microsoft is forcing people to use its Bing search engine with the Cortana digital assistant in Windows 10. Every search done this way will also be piped only through its recently released Edge browser. In a blogpost, Microsoft said it was making people use Bing so they could get the most out of other search-related features in its products. Many Cortana users have previously preferred to carry out searches with Google rather than Bing.
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Computrex opinion: Many people don’t use Cortana because they really don’t know how to use it. And people really don’t like the Edge browser when compared to Internet Explorer because it is not feature-rich enough. It will be a while before the Edge browser will be ready for prime-time. In the meantime I will just continue to hit my Siri button on my phone and get some really great results.