Microsoft will release a patch for Internet Explorer under Windows XP, despite the end of its support

May

2

2014

Windows XP

A few days ago we talked about the fact that Microsoft has reported the discovery of a serious vulnerability in the browser Internet Explorer , which has affected all versions of the program, beginning with the sixth. The software giant has promised to release a patch, but initially it was assumed that users of Windows XP will not be available. It turned out it was not.

According to Microsoft, the vulnerability was found quite serious and with its help you can perform almost any code remotely. At no time was released “patch” that covered the vulnerability in the browser.

In addition, multiple users Windows XP, which not so long ago lost the support of Microsoft, can not worry about the safety of your computer. Microsoft has in his blog reported that Windows XP users will also get the update despite the cessation of support for this operating system.

According to the company, discovered the vulnerability is so serious that they have decided to make an exception to the rule.

Although Microsoft has gone on and this decision does not mean that Windows XP users are safe . The software company is still strongly recommend that all users upgrade their operating system to Windows 7 or Windows 8.
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