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All -- calls talking about Adobe and to stay with technology for a moment and talk about an alleged flaw in Microsoft's Internet explore.
It -- -- attackers following every move of your mouse some.
Did you see has all the details -- pretty scary news beginning Connell that I guarantee FX all of our -- -- and certainly those that are using Internet Explorer.
This is a web browser that's currently in use in the majority of the world something like 49%.
Of global -- web users.
According to net market share used the FIE browser in the month of November so it makes it -- perfect target for hackers now web security firms spider dot -- -- Saying that it has found as serious hole in the -- east security.
That allows an outsider at an attacker to track what -- doing it using.
Your mouse -- you don't even have to have Internet Explorer -- in this vulnerability allows this.
Outside militias sap program to track it even if it's close this is dangerous because a lot of online banking companies out there use virtual keyboards.
Which get used to it in Terry your account information.
Into wake and that's exactly Indian type of information at.
That that can be stolen now Microsoft has acknowledged the issue says it there seems to be little risks to users at this time.
But as we know Microsoft can be late in discovering things and and certainly responding to things and that's just something out there for Internet Explorer users out there to know about be cautious about.
There are other options out there safari Chrome and other browsers to.
That's OK I -- -- stuff Shibani Joshi thank you.
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