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MS issues out-of-band patch as IE attacks increase

Posted by Kevin on May 3, 2014

FireEye reported last week (26 Apr 2014) on a newly discovered Internet Explorer vulnerability that is already being exploited in the wild. The vulnerability affects all IE versions from 6 through 11; but was at the time only being exploited in version 9-11 in Win 7 and 8. Two things have since happened. Firstly the […]

US magistrate makes Schengen internet more likely

Posted by Kevin on April 29, 2014

Microsoft could either see the Schengen Cloud coming or was privy to politicians’ thoughts. In January this year it announced that it would allow European customers to keep their data on servers within Europe. This followed a blog by legal counsel Brad Smith in December 2013 that voiced concern over US surveillance: And we’ll assert available […]