Internet Explorer Flaw Puts Users at Risk


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Microsoft has issued an emergency update that fixes a critical Internet Explorer vulnerability that attackers are actively exploiting on the Internet.

When the IE user lands on specific malicious sites the hacker can remotely execute code due to a memory corruption flaw. The vulnerability involves the way Microsoft’s scripting engine handles objects in memory in Internet Explorer.

To Learn More about the Attack Visit Arstechnica’s post  Microsoft issues emergency update to fix critical IE flaw under active exploit