Researchers have discovered a patch for a critical bug in Internet Explorer (IE) being used in semi-targeted attacks on visitors to a Hong Kong church.
A critical new cross-site scripting (XSS) flaw affecting fully-patched versions of Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 7 and 8 could make users vulnerable to phishing and malvertising attacks, as well as data and log-in credential theft.
Barely three weeks after Microsoft shut-off patching support for Windows XP and a new zero-day flaw for Internet Explorer is likely to go unpatched on the dated operating system.
Security researchers have uncovered a new Internet Explorer zero-day bug that they believe has been used to target the US military and French arms suppliers in what's feared to be the start of a cyber espionage campaign.
Microsoft has announced that it is to release six bulletins tomorrow on its penultimate Patch Tuesday of 2012.