Internet Explorer Under Attack
Microsoft's immensely popular Internet Explorer Web browser contains a critical security flaw that leaves it open to remote attack, security experts warn.
The vulnerability allows cybercriminals to execute code remotely and drop malware on a computer running Internet Explorer without the rightful owner's permission. Detected Nov. 3, the flaw affects all Internet Explorer versions.
Microsoft reports that it is currently aware of targeted attacks attempting to use this vulnerability. No patch has been released yet for the bug.