In a rare move, Microsoft on Friday said it would be releasing security updates on Tuesday--outside of its monthly patch cycle--for a critical vulnerability in Internet Explorer and a moderate vulnerability in Visual Studio.
The two security bulletins will address one overall issue and are being released separately "to provide the broadest protections possible to customers," Microsoft said in a statement....
It's really been a bad month for browser security. As of today, we have unpatched vulnerabilities in Sun Java JRE 6U14, Adobe Reader 9 and Flash Player 10, IE8, and SeaMonkey/1.1.17 (formerly Mozilla Suite).
Msg#: 3959403 posted 1:43 am on Jul 27, 2009 (gmt 0)
My IE is set to connect over LAN and resolved to ip 0.0.0.0 which completely disables it
JS_Harris I've seen you mention this in various posts for several months now. I just wanted to point out to members that you shouldn't do this unless you know what you're doing. This sort of setting can stop the updates of multiple software packages that use IE's settings to connect to the Internet.