Attention to browser error that crashed computers
A new error has been discovered that affects Microsoft Windows 7 and Windows 8. This code, which can be implemented with Internet Explorer and Firefox, makes your computer unusable!
While humanity is still trying to get rid of the WannaCry virus’s effects, now another security issue has come to light. A special code running on Internet Explorer or Firefox can make your Windows 7 or Windows 8 operating system unusable.
According to Ars Technica’s report, Russian security experts can force NTFS disciples to use up all of their system resources with the help of the betting code, which means that the computer slows down and then crashes to a point where it can not actually be used.
All they need to do is open an image with special code inside the user. When you open the web site, the code is activated and your computer becomes unavailable. Although it is not used for purposes such as accessing your personal files or stealing your information, it is quite a nervous mistake.
The only browsers affected by this code are Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. So if you are using Google Chrome on any operating system, then you are safe. Likewise, if windows 10 users choose which browser they prefer, it does not have to endure the consequences of this error.
It is not wrong to say that the Microsoft wing has not yet given a formal statement about the issue, but this error, which in real sense leads to frustrating results, will soon be patchy. If ShiftsDelete reports that Windows Vista is also affected by Microsoft’s support, it should be remembered that it is time to gradually update your operating system.