Recently, Microsoft reported a dangerous bug in Internet Explorer that should instill caution into users. The bug reportedly “may corrupt memory in a way that could allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code in the context of the current user within Internet Explorer.”
This essentially means that by getting you to visit a malicious website, hackers can remotely control your computer and gather or ruin sensitive information. Microsoft has issued instructions for a workaround of the bug, but they are extremely technical and difficult to execute for non-IT individuals.
Read the official Microsoft report here.
CapLinked recommends that users access CapLinked through Google Chrome, and this Internet Explorer bug is all the more reason to do so. In addition, CapLinked does not use any plugins, which are also known to contain malicious bugs. Visit CapLinked’s security page to learn more about how CapLinked is designed to keep you safe while sharing documents in the cloud.
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