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Google seems to be gunning for Microsoft again by going public with a vulnerability in Microsoft Edge before Microsoft could develop a patch.

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The war on insecure webpages has begun, and Mozilla fired the first shot. Recently, Mozilla rolled out Firefox 51 to its mainstream user base. With the new release comes an insecure warning on any page that offers a login form over an HTTP connection instead of HTTPS. Chrome plans to follow suit with version 56, […]

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Microsoft’s February 2016 Patch Tuesday updates include a total of 13 bulletins designed to address dozens of vulnerabilities in the company’s products. It’s worth pointing out that one of the bulletins, MS16-022, fixes the 22 Flash Player flaws resolved by Adobe on Tuesday. The Microsoft bulletin patches the Flash libraries used in Internet Explorer 10 […]

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