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  1. Internet Explorer 11 is no longer a safe browser for your data. It’s official! Between December 2020 and April 2021, Microsoft will be ending support for Internet Explorer 11 (IE11). From December onwards, whilst it will still be accessible, some features will stop working and crucially the end of support from Microsoft means IE11 is no longer a safe place for your data. IE11 was released in 2013, and Microsoft superseded it less than two years later, when Edge became the default browser for Windows in 2015. Today it accounts for just 1.4% of internet traffic. What does this
  2. You may have heard about the January 2018 security issues regarding Intel, AMD and Arm processors. There is a concern that malicious programs, malware and websites could obtain information they should not be able to access. In layman’s terms, a design flaw in the world’s most commonly used processors could allow unauthorised access to personal data.  (If you are interested, this website goes into more technical detail: https://meltdownattack.com/ ) Support While neither of these bugs is Frog’s fault, we support your servers and as soon as security patches are released by
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