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Microsoft To Patch Internet Explorer Today

If you took France and Germany's extremely overbearing and inappropriate advice and switched from Internet Explorer to some other browser, you might have jumped the gun just a bit. Microsoft says that it's patching today the IE vulnerability that left the browser open to attacks.

So, did the Euros freak out a little bit in telling people to dump IE, or were they just looking for another reason to try to dump on Microsoft? We wonder...but not all that much.

Posted by Lee Pender on January 21, 2010 at 11:56 AM


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