Microsoft releases a patch to fix critical flaw in Internet Explorer
After yesterday Germany recommend not using Internet Explorer , Microsoft began deploying two Security updates via windows Update that repair zero-day vulnerabilities discovered in your browser. The first Patch fixes a critical flaw in versions 7 and IE 8 on Windows XP, and IE 9 on Windows 7 or Windows Vista.
This hole was discovered by French researchers this week, also found that code available to take advantage attackers to enter the vulnerable machines using Flash animation.
The second patch fixes a vulnerability in Flash in Windows 8, which comes with IE 10. Although this operating system is not officially available yet, many developers and organizations are testing the RTM version , available free of charge from last month.
To install the patch does not have to do anything but be attentive to Windows Update, which probably will be felt soon in your PC.Internet Explorer, Microsoft, Patch, Security, windows, Windows 8, Windows Update