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28: Microsoft is scrambling to repair a security hole in its widely
used Internet Explorer web browser, saying it had detected attempts to
exploit the flaw. The coding problem affected versions 6
through 11 of
its flagship browser, noting it was aware of "limited,
targeted attacks'' taking advantage of the newly discovered flaw. Users
still relying on Windows XP could be especially vulnerable because
Microsoft stopped early this month supporting the older operating
system with security patches and other software updates. The
threat is serious enough that the Department of Homeland Security has
issued an official warning...
Microsoft has updated its workarounds to improve the protection for Internet Explorer:
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