Have you ever heard the phrase zero-day threat? Basically, they are the scariest threats out there, because they are unaddressed and unresolved by the software developer, all while being actively exploited in the wild. This effectively gives the developer zero days to address the issue before it becomes a problem. Today, one of the most dangerous threats of the zero-day variety takes advantage of a weakness in Internet Explorer - but there is now a patch for it.
Mobile? Grab this Article!
Tip of the Week Security Best Practices Technology Network Security Business Computing Data Productivity Hackers Malware Privacy User Tips Efficiency Google Cybersecurity Communication Microsoft Tech Term Smartphones Hardware Email Internet Mobile Device Innovation Computer Ransomware Windows 10 IT Support Managed IT Services Passwords Users Android Software Small Business Communications Cloud Business Management Workplace Tips Browser Business Mobile Devices Data Backup IT Services VoIp Collaboration Network Information Social Media Smartphone Wi-Fi Data Recovery Internet of Things Upgrade Outsourced IT Miscellaneous Hosted Solutions Applications Gadgets Saving Money Business Intelligence Bandwidth Cloud Computing Windows Employer-Employee Relationship Managed Service Backup Wireless Apps Managed IT services Value Microsoft Office Holiday Blockchain Gmail Chrome Artificial Intelligence Word Phishing Data security Save Money Government Office 365 Laptop Networking Marketing Cybercrime VPN Router Cost Management Remote Computing Wireless Charging Batteries Data Management Medical IT Mobility Computers Remote Monitoring and Management BDR Virtual Assistant RAM Tech Terms Data Protection Virtualization Cortana Facebook Automation Managed IT Service Quick Tips Payment Cards Settings Connectivity How To Data Breach Telephony Office Company Culture Excel Password Operating System Voice over Internet Protocol Going Green Net Neutrality Compliance Processor Analytics Patch Management Access Control Avoiding Downtime Paperless Office Healthcare Law Enforcement G Suite Business Continuity Tools iPhone Server Management Database Proactive IT Taskbar Comparison Lead Generation Unified Communications Authentication Cryptocurrency Project Management Wireless Internet Hard Disk Drive Digital Knowledge Downloads Error Personal Information Bring Your Own Device Update Employee-Employer Relationship Data loss Business Technology eCommerce Sports Benchmarks Redundancy Windows 7 Search Tactics Threat National Security Big Data Specifications Authorization Environment Telecommuting Amazon Help Desk Video Edge Websites Trends E-Commerce Bitcoin Hybrid Cloud Outlook Electronic Health Records Spyware Spam Online Shopping SaaS Training Risk Management Start Menu IT budget Time Management Insurance Maintenance Printing Analysis Remote Monitoring Physical Security Technology Tips Conferencing WannaCry Microsoft Teams Network Attached Storage e-waste Certification Customer Service Safety Server A.I. Touchscreen Payment Tip of the week Cables Profitability Health Botnet HP Virus Sales GDPR Security Cameras Twitter Chrome OS File Management Machine Learning Internet Explorer User Security Paper Updates Backup and Disaster Recovery HIPAA Vulnerability disposal Workers OneNote Movies Microsoft Office 365 instant Messaging Threats User Tip Eliminating Downtime Employees Travel Document Management Antivirus Tablet Storage Wearables Inventory Managing Stress Current Events Voice over IP Ink Mobile Device Management Hard Drives Content Filtering Hard Drive Apple File Sharing Millennials Plug-In Windows Server 2008 R2 Dongle Vulnerabilities Scams BYOD Solid State Drive Staff Battery Streaming Media Dark Web Recycling Recovery IT Management Mobile Security Troubleshooting Human Resources Managed IT Telecommute PowerPoint Reporting Display SSD Processors Alert Thank You WiFi Emergency Congratulations Financial Disaster Recovery Printers