New Internet Explorer zero‑day remains unpatched
"You may want to implement a workaround or stop using the browser altogether, at least until Microsoft issues a fix"
Microsoft has released a security advisory alerting users to an as-yet unpatched vulnerability in its Internet Explorer (IE) web browser that is being exploited in limited targeted attacks.
The zero-day, which is tracked as CVE-2020-0674, is a memory corruption issue in the browser’s scripting engine. Its exploitation could enable remote attackers to run code of their choice on the compromised system.
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