Posts Tagged ‘0-Day Vulnerability’

Microsoft Releases Fix-It for Latest 0-Day Vulnerability.

Thursday, September 20th, 2012

Remember that Internet Explorer “0-Day” problem that we were talking about the other day? Well, apparently there’s a fix for that now …

A few days ago a new 0-day vulnerability was discovered that affects all versions of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer – but Internet Explorer 10 – on all recent versions of the Windows operating system. Microsoft suggested workarounds like installing the company’s own excellent mitigation tool or setting the Internet and Intranet security zone to high to block the exploit from executing. Third parties recommended to not use Internet Explorer until a fix is released by Microsoft.

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New Internet Explorer 0-Day Vulnerability (September 2012)

Tuesday, September 18th, 2012

If you’re a Windows users, then you should probably check this article out … it looks like there’s another gaping hole in IE security.

Microsoft has published a security advisory today that is informing system administrators and end users about a new 0-day vulnerability affecting Internet Explorer 6, 7, 8 and 9 but not IE 10. The vulnerability is already actively exploited on the Internet which makes it a pressing matter for all Windows users who work with Internet Explorer.

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