Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer

Microsoft on Thursdayannounced the latest Internet Explorer zero-day flaw (CVE-2014-0322) will be fixed on this month’s Patch Tuesday. The patch will thus be released this Tuesday March 11 at approximately 10:00 AM PDT. On February 11, security firm FireEye discovered a new vulnerability in Internet Explorer 9 and Internet Explorer 10 was being exploited in the wild. The company followed up with more details on February 13, noting the US Veterans of Foreign Wars’ website was targeted with more sites discovered in the weeks to come. On every Thursday of every month, Microsoft reveals what security patches it will be releasing on every second Tuesday of the given month. March is no exception, and the company on Thursday revealed that this most-pressing flaw is also slated for a fix.

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