Monday, January 14, 2013
Microsoft has released an emergency patch for Internet Explorer
Dustin Childs, manager of the Microsoft Trustworthy Computing, said that the fix is a given priority because of the increased risk of a bug, and the fact that these attacks have been conducted on people and corporations are known cases of infection with malware number of government systems through a vulnerability in the Internet Explorer.
Microsoft says that the latest version of Internet Explorer 9, and 10 have higher security systems and this bug it basically is not terrible, but for these browsers will later fix is to close the vector danger.
More information about the bug, available at: http://blogs.technet.com/b/msrc/archive/2013/01/11/ms13-008-released-for-security-advisory-2794220.aspx?Redirected=true