Microsoft recently confirmed two Internet Explorer zero-days impacting IE9 and IE10. Although the company recommends switching to IE11 as soon as possible, nearly a third of current IE users are still using the vulnerable versions.
What can Microsoft do to protect their customers?
Listen to episode 122 of our Security Slice podcast and hear Tim Erlin, Tyler Reguly and Craig Young discuss which browser is safest, the pros and cons with making browser security updates mandatory, and why an “out-of-band” patch for this vulnerability won’t improve security for consumers.
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