Microsoft today announced the global availability of Windows 8.
Microsoft has delivered on its promise and has issued a security update for Internet Explorer to address the zero-day memory-corruption vulnerability in versions 9 and earlier that is currently being exploited in attacks.
Microsoft has released the Fix it solution for the IE zero-day memory-corruption vulnerability that is currently being exploited in attacks, and has promised a security update for IE to solve the problem.
The problem of the remotely-exploitable IE zero-day memory-corruption vulnerability that is being misused in current attacks has reached a critical enough level for Microsoft to confirm the issuing of a "Fix it" tool ahead of a badly needed patch.
Microsoft has issued a security advisory with advice on how to patch a Internet Explorer zero-day vulnerability recently spotted being exploited in the wild by attackers that might be the same ones that are behind the Nitro attacks.
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