Internet Explorer vulnerability. How to fix.

admin | September 20, 2012

Internet Explorer vulnerability is a burning question in the Web life because cyber criminals use it to drop the malicious hijacking software on vulnerable computers. This time the pleasant news is on the approach. The new fix application called Fixit is developed by Microsoft Inc. This program aims to keep the hackers from using a widely professed vulnerability within Internet Explorer.

Director Microsoft’s Trustworthy Computing group, Yunsun Wee, says: “While we have only seen a few attempts to exploit the issue, impacting an extremely limited number of people, we are taking this proactive step to help ensure Internet Explorer customers are protected and able to safely browse online.”

Although the vulnerability in question within recent versions of Internet explorer, including IE6, IE7, IE8 and IE9, is confined within a limited number of people, Microsoft does its best protect all IE users.

The Fixit tool tends to be easy and effective automated solution for fixing this bug, but to tell the truth temporary one.
So far, no one has stepped in to provide a definitive solution for the recent Internet Explorer vulnerability exploiting Java, ActiveX Controls and Active Scripting. Even Oracle, the company responsible for providing Java updates and patches, has yet to release any updates to help resolve the IE exploitation.

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