The chances of Microsoft getting forced to issue an "out-of-cycle" update for its Internet Explorer browser are getting bigger by the day.
The commercial virus authoring tool WebAttacker has added support for the flaw, according to McFee. This allows any low-life botnet operator to create malware exploiting the flaw with the push of a button.
Facebook told by Brussels-based court to stop tracking non-users and to delete all data held on them
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New VR Zone Portal arcades open in London and Tunbridge Wells
Systems-on-a-chip with integrated AI features could make voice and facial recognition