Microsoft Internet Explorer Patch Now Available

Microsoft has released their latest security patch to fix the three critical holes in the popular browser Internet Explorer. The patch will fix the .gaping hole. that was exploited earlier this Summer that allowed hackers to download malicious code onto unwitting computer user’s machines and take control of the computer. CNET reports that it also “addresses two other publicly known flaws in IE, both related to image processing and both rated as critical because they could allow malicious code to be run on a vulnerable system.”
The flaw was so publicized that millions of users began to seek other browser options such a Mozilla Firefox and Opera.

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