Pwn2Own Contest Inspires Microsoft to Not Releases Internet Explorer 8 Updates

Scheduled to kick-off March 9 and run through March 11th at this years CanSecWest Security Conference, Pwn2Own will unleash some of the greatest Security researchers who will all be trying to hack through Microsoft's IE browser and exploit the worlds most popular Internet browser. This give Microsoft the ability to address any discovered vulnerability thus providing a more secure browser. The winning team will receive a cash prize of $15,000.00 each.

Microsoft has chosen not to release any IE 8 Security patches before this year's Pwn2Own challenge

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