Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Critical zero-day vulnerability all versions of Internet Explorer -- XP users in big risk

Hackers have discovered the first bug that could put Microsoft windows XP customers & users at serious threat, after Microsoft company stopped support for the aging operating system XP less than three weeks ago.
On Saturday, Microsoft announced that Microsoft Internet Explorer (version 6 through 11) contains a Zero day vulnerability.
This can allow arbitrary code execution.

While using internet, users might  ‘Click‘ links/popup in a webpage or a Spam Email (attachment) – Once users click it , an attacker could take complete control of the system.
Currently, Microsoft not yet released a patch to fix this breach – SO it is a RISK for all Internet Explorer users. 

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