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New critical vulnerabilities discovered in IE

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Dec 01, 20032 mins
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Latest Microsoft news.

New critical vulnerabilities discovered in IE, 11/26/03

A set of new security vulnerabilities have been discovered in Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (IE) Web browser which used together could allow hackers to compromise user PCs, researchers warned Tuesday.

https://www.nwfusion.com/news/2003/1126msie.html?nl

SharePoint installation can put Exchange at risk, 11/26/03

Installation of the Windows SharePoint Services collaboration and information sharing add-on to Windows Server 2003 can expose Exchange Server 2003 mailboxes on the same server, Microsoft said Tuesday.

https://www.nwfusion.com/news/2003/1126share.html?nl

Former Microsoft employee gets jail time for fraud, 11/26/03

A former Microsoft employee was sentenced to 17 months in prison Tuesday after fraudulently ordering more than $6 million in software and then selling it to a third party.

https://www.nwfusion.com/news/2003/1126jailtime.html?nl

Microsoft, Lindows.com trial delayed again, 11/25/03

A U.S. court has pushed back the jury trial in a trademark dispute between Microsoft and Linux vendor Lindows.com until March 1 next year.

https://www.nwfusion.com/news/2003/1125microlindo.html?nl

Microsoft retires NetMeeting, 11/25/03

Microsoft is retiring its six-year-old NetMeeting online conferencing application and instead will push Office Live Meeting, formerly known as PlaceWare, for online meetings.

https://www.nwfusion.com/news/2003/1125microretir.html?nl

Newsletter: Rockliffe unveils Outlook plug-in, 11/25/03

Rockliffe recently introduced MailSite Team, a plug-in for Microsoft Outlook that allows customers to use Rockliffe’s MailSite servers on the back end and Outlook on the desktop.

https://www.nwfusion.com/newsletters/gwm/2003/1124msg1.html?nl

Newsletter: Ease-of-use wins over security, 11/24/03

For most people, security will never be the highest priority compared with ease-of-use. Bill Gates got it right years ago when he ensured that ease-of-use and user-friendliness were the top considerations during the development of Windows as well as the applications running on the operating system.

https://www.nwfusion.com/newsletters/nt/2003/1124nt1.html?nl