Microsoft Internet Explorer, New Dangerous Hole Discovered

The new vulnerability affects every version of Windows currently supported. This is a zero-day vulnerability. The vulnerability resides in MIME HTML also called MHTML which allows Web content to render in a web browser or other apps including email. This attack allows an attacker to send a HTML email to the user which triggers a script to collect user information. For now, use FireFox, Google Chrome or another, currently unaffected browser.

According to experts, you should stop using the web browser until the hole has been plugged!

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