You should also make sure that any emails from Adobe about upgrading your software go unread.
“Microsoft has announced plans to release an out-of-sequence patch, designed to resolve a zero-day vulnerability in Internet Explorer.
A cumulative update to Internet Explorer (MS10-018) plugs a security hole in IE 6 and IE 7 exploited by hackers over recent weeks. The latest version of Microsoft’s browser, IE 8, is not vulnerable to the flaw, which Microsoft first acknowledged was a problem on 9 March.”
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Self-Destructing USB Stick @ Slashdot
- Skype Open-Source Update Expected Soon @ Linux.com
- Apple releases a major update to Snow Leopard @ The Inquirer
- Solaris 10 no longer free as in beer, now a 90-day trial @ Ars Technica
- TSMC, UMC set to raise prices, say sources @ DigiTimes
- Zotac Interview with Simon Greer @ HardwareHeaven
- Mac OS X 10.6.3 Packs Some Regressions @ Phoronix
- LinkedIn App For Blackberry Now Available @ t-break
- WinX DVD Ripper Platinum 5.9 Review @ BayReviews
- Mac OS X 10.6.2 vs. Ubuntu 10.04 Performance @ Phoronix
- The TR Podcast 61: Apple vs. Google, broken DRM, and AMD’s gaming manifesto
- WoW Kids Revenge Contest @ OverclockersHQ