moderated Re: Hacking via Internet Explorer
And the same applies to Windows 7, as of last week or so official support for Windows 7 has ended and you will get no further security updates. Use at your own risk.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Vaughan Dodd
Sent: Sunday, January 19, 2020 2:54 PM
Subject: Re: Hacking via Internet Explorer
That is the accepted wisdom at the moment: Microsoft is no longer developing internet Explorer, so suggest goingr to Google Chrome.
Hacking through browsers is a fact of internet life, and all we can do is take security precautions.
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Someone told me today there is great risk for being hacked on IE at this time, and a fix has not yet been found. Has anyone else heard of this? Just checking.
I contacted the Microsoft disabilities answer desk about this problem.
The tech after checking Edge, said that Jaws was not completely compatible with the new Edge.
With his reccomendation, I went back to Internet Explorer for now.