Microsoft Edge Browser Permission Backdoor Can Allow Remote Attacks To Steal Data

It has been nearly a week since security researcher John Page reported that he had found an Internet Explorer XML eXternal Entity (XXE) vulnerability. A new layer of this vulnerability has been recently discovered and the implications are far more serious. A Microsoft Edge feature may threaten Internet Explorer’s security. The vulnerability

Microsoft Edge Browser Permission Backdoor Can Allow Remote Attacks To Steal Data

It has been nearly a week since security researcher John Page reported that he had found an Internet Explorer XML eXternal Entity (XXE) vulnerability. A new layer of this vulnerability has ...

Sat 20 Apr 19 from HotHardware

Unexpected protection added to Microsoft Edge subverts IE security

Permissions that Edge added to downloaded files break important security feature.

Fri 19 Apr 19 from Arstechnica

Internet Explorer hit by exploit that lets hackers steal users' data

The flaw relies on '.MHT' files, which is a file type used for web pages that are saved on Internet Explorer. As a result, when users open a malicious file, it automatically opens in Internet ...

Mon 15 Apr 19 from Daily Mail

Internet Explorer security flaw allows hackers to steal files

Microsoft's Internet Explorer has a longstanding reputation for poor security, but it's now bad enough that you could be attacked jut by having it on your PC. Security researcher ...

Sun 14 Apr 19 from Engadget

Internet Explorer hack could steal users' data – even if you use Chrome or Firefox

An exploit has been unearthed that allows hackers access to user data via Internet Explorer, even if it's not being used.

Sun 14 Apr 19 from Techradar

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