Hungry Fox
You may have heard of Microsoft Update's debacle past Tuesday, with two critical Windows vulnerabilities disclosed when it was too late for this patching cycle:

I said "is exploited", rather than "can be exploited", because both these 0 day vulnerabilities are being actively exploited in the wild.
I also deleted "malicious" near "web sites", because exploits for the latter vulnerability are being massively infiltrated inside legit web sites using automated SQL injection attacks.
Give yourself a Christmas gift: if there's a best moment for switching to a safe or to a safer browser, that's now.

4 Responses to “Escape From IE, Now!”

  1. #1 Alan Baxter says:

    I just posted a warning to IE Tab users in the MozillaZine Tech forum. Thank you for the heads up.

  2. #2 » More Bad News for IE Users says:

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  3. #3 STolbert says:

    Preaching to the choir! But thanks. As I read this via my RSS, I was just in the process of rooting out the remains of IE on our computer...AGAIN, which someone in my family RE-installed...after all my work to get rid of it! Now, it's been running in silently, behind Firefox, screwing up everything. Ugh. Even WITHOUT all the bugs, etc., it's a pain in and of itself.

  4. #4 » Opera, Firefox and IE Security Updates: All Together, All the Same? says:

    [...] or disclosures to maximize their impact. Zero day critical vulnerabilities in three different Microsoft products have been disclosed immediately after last “black Tuesday”: is this really a [...]

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