Monday, 14 January 2013

Microsoft to Issue Critical Internet Explorer Patch

 Microsoft will topic a critical security patch for Internet Explorer today, Jan. 14, the company has broadcast.

The patch fixes an issue with a severity rating of "Critical", and sways Internet Explorer versions 6-8 but not the latest two versions, 9 and 10. The vulnerability allows a malicious hacker to remotely execute code on the victim's appliance.

Microsoft has already issued a fast, downloadable rectify for the topic, but now it's coming up with a full security update for the influenced browsers.

"We recommend that you install this revise as shortly as it is available. This update for Internet Explorer 6-8 will be made accessible through Windows revise and our other standard distribution channels. If you have self-acting updates endowed on your PC, you won’t need to take any activity. If you applied the rectify it issued in Security Advisory 2794220, you won’t need to uninstall it before applying the security update," Microsoft remarks in an advance notice.



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