Monday, 28 April 2014

XP users should avoid Internet Explorer

Windows XP users should not use Internet Explorer now there is a new leak was discovered in the browser. That suggests Mikko Hypponen of the Finnish F-Secure. This weekend it was announced that a new leak in IE is present that is deployed. Limited extent in targeted attacks
The vulnerability in Internet Explorer 6 to 11 present, although the attacks were directed only. Against users of IE9, IE10 and IE11 Since Microsoft no longer supports Windows XP, except for organizations with an extended service contract available, run IE users on the platform risk because there is no patch will be released which fixes the leak more.
Symantec also recommends that XP users to use another browser, but notes that this is a temporary measure until Microsoft has released a patch. A notable addition, because most XP users will receive. No more updates For XP users that IE can not do without the use of Microsoft's free Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) 4.1 option.
This program adds additional security to the system and also works on Windows XP. The tool prevents attackers newly discovered IE vulnerability to exploit, according to Symantec. Besides XP users also users of other Windows versions can protect themselves through EMET against the vulnerability.

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