Yet Another Internet Explorer Zero-Day Exploit

IE Zero Day

There is an un-patched vulnerability that affects Internet Explorer versions 8 and aboveThis is being actively exploited in the wild and attackers are using it to ‘snoop’ through users’ systems.

This is just another of multiple zero-day exploits in Internet Explorer.

We recommend switching to Firefox (or Chrome) and removing all shortcuts to Internet Explorer.  Educate employees so they know it simply isn’t safe to use Internet Explorer.

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