Microsoft Patch To Fix IE Browser Flaws


News: US-based IT company Microsoft announced its Patch Tuesday will come out with one critically important set of patches aimed at fixing flaws in all version of the Internet Explorer browser, reports IT News. The company said the patch, which comes out in September 2013, will fix flaws that can lead to remote code execution on victims' machines. Microsoft said three other critical bulletins flag patches that address defects in SharePoint, Windows XP, Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010.The company admitted the critical Internet Explorer bulletin is the most important to address as it affects the most widely used application and requires a restart, and added the SharePoint Server vulnerability is also the top priority for server administrators.

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