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In this months cumulative set of updates for Internet Explorer, Microsoft patched the browser against a flaw that allowed attackers to glean information about Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) and other security products that were active on the affected system. The vulnerability was exploited during a cyber-espionage campaign, dubbed Operation SnowMan by FireEye and carried […]

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Microsoft issued a patch today for a vulnerability in Internet Explorer (IE) that has been targeted in attacks as part of its monthly Patch Tuesday update.

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Microsoft is set to release four security bulletins next Tuesday covering issues in Windows, Internet Explorer and other products. Only one of the bulletins – the one dealing with Internet Explorer – is rated ‘Critical.’ The other three are classified by Microsoft as ‘Important.’

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