Internet Explorer has a zero-day bug that Microsoft needs to fix

Internet Explorer is pre-installed on every Windows PC, even though it’s been superseded by Microsoft’s new Edge browser in terms of long-term support. The reason is simple: Many organizations use the archaic browser for legacy applications, and so Microsoft has had to keep it around but isn’t spending a great deal of time on improving it. Unfortunately, according to one security firm, Internet Explorer has a serious flaw that’s leaving it open to malware attacks.

Read about the new Microsoft Internet Explorer zero-bug which could be exploited by any cybercriminal on Digital Trends.





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