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Microsoft Patches Critical Flaws in Internet Explorer, Edge

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Jul
2016

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As part of its monthly security update cycle, Microsoft on Tuesday released 11 security bulletins to resolve multiple vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer, Edge, Office, JScript and VBScript, and .NET Framework.

Microsoft’s security bulletin MS16-084 resolves 15 bugs in Internet Explorer (IE), most of which are Critical, highly likely to be exploited in the wild. The tech giant resolved multiple memory corruption vulnerabilities in the application, along with an IE security bypass flaw, information disclosure issues, and browser spoofing vulnerabilities.

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