Internet Explorer flaw lets websites track your every mouse movement, and MS refuses to fix it

Internet Explorer flaw lets websites track your every mouse movement, and MS refuses to fix it

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Security flaws are inevitable in operating systems and applications. Modern software is incredibly complex, and even the best developers in the world aren’t perfect. How the public responds to security flaws largely depends on how the developer reacts to the exploit. If it responds quickly with a promise to patch...
Internet Explorer flaw lets websites track your every mouse movement, and MS refuses to fix it
                                       

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