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Patch Tuesday: Microsoft to fix one critical Internet Explorer flaw
It looks like June will be a relatively quiet month for security patches, with Microsoft set to dish out just one fix for a "critical" flaw in Internet Explorer.
The software giant said in its latest advanced security bulletin that it has five security vulnerability bulletins, including an Internet Explorer zero-day flaw that is currently being exploited in the wild by hackers and malware writers.
All versions of Internet Explorer 6 and above, including IE10 on Windows 7 and Windows 8 devices — which include Surface and Surface RT tablets — and Windows Server products, will require patching as soon as possible.
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