Microsoft would better protect users by severing Internet Explorer‘s connections to Windows, then patching the browser invisibly in the background, daily if necessary. “The browser is the heaviest-used application that interacts with the Internet, and the most likely source of malicious content. IE vulnerabilities should be given the highest priority and patched first,” said Wolfgang Kandek, of Qualys Inc.
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