Microsoft has released YAIESA, or Yet Another Internet Explorer Security Advisory if you prefer. This time, [SA2757760](http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/security/advisory/2757760) warns about a new zero-day out there in the wild which impacts all users of Internet Explorer 9 and earlier versions. It's the usual case of targeted attacks being spotted which could lead to the remote execution of malicious code if you happen to view an infected website. ![dweb-ie9rip](/attachments/small/0/dweb-ie9rip.jpg "align-right") Although users of Internet Explorer 10 are not affected according to Microsoft, which accounts for a tiny minority of IE users of course, this does amount to what I see as the final …

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Thought the days of having to use a particualr web browser client in order to use a specific site were over? Think again if this conversation between a user and eBay support is anything to go by. ![dweb-ebay](/attachments/small/0/dweb-ebay.jpg "align-right") As a journalist who has spent the largest part of the last 20 years online, not a great deal makes me sit up and my jaw drop with disbelief anymore. However, when a chap called Mike Hall copied me in on a support conversation he had with eBay, I have to admit I was rather in danger of spitting my coffee …

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The MIX10 Microsoft Developer Conference is always good for a laugh or two, but just who was rolling on the floor after the IE9 preview code was revealed? Certainly Microsoft is deadly serious about Internet Explorer: The Next Generation. So serious that it has apparently created a new development team dedicated to the project which promises to be less a case of feature creep and more a matter of proving that it is truly committed to the whole IE browser brand in the face of stiff, and innovative, competition from both Mozilla and perhaps especially Google in the form of …

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