Emma Barnett reports:
The British Government will not issue a warning against using Microsoft Internet Explorer, breaking rank with the French and German governments.
Both France and Germany’s governments have respectively advised computer users to download an alternative web browser to the most popular browser in the world, after a security flaw was detected.
The French government issued an advisory to computer users, recommending that they switch to a different web browser, such as Firefox or Google Chrome. It follows a similar move by the German government, after it was discovered that Internet Explorer contained a serious security flaw that could be exploited by hackers and cybercriminals.
Read more in the Telegraph.