Serious security flaw found in IE (BBC)

BBC:
Serious security flaw found in IE  —  Users of the world’s most common web browser have been advised to switch to a rival until a serious security flaw has been fixed.  —  The flaw in Microsoft’s Internet Explorer could allow criminals to take control of people’s computers and steal their passwords, internet experts say.

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Official Security Update for Internet Explorer Now Available (Adam Pash/Lifehacker)

Adam Pash / Lifehacker:
Official Security Update for Internet Explorer Now Available  —  Microsoft just released the official security update for Internet Explorer to address the serious browser exploit we told you about yesterday, so if you’ve got any computer running IE, you’d best get downloading.

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US irked, wary of Chinese cyber-security rules – Arkansas Democrat Gazette

US irked, wary of Chinese cyber-security rules
Arkansas Democrat Gazette, AR – Dec 15, 2008
BY JOE MCDONALD AP BEIJING – The Chinese government is stirring trade tensions with Washington with a plan to require foreign computer security technology

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Payback for parking problems? – Salt Lake Tribune

Payback for parking problems?
Salt Lake Tribune, United States – 2 hours ago
The company's desire for computer security is reasonable; its methods are not. It would be similarly off- base to encourage driver safety by packing the

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