02 May Microsoft Internet Explorer fix released
Earlier this week, we told you about a security flaw in Internet Explorer (If you use Internet Explorer, you may want to read this). One that was bad enough to prompt Homeland Security to issue an advisory. Originally slated for May 13, Microsoft released the fix yesterday.
If you have auto-updates turned on, the fix will install for you. If not, be sure to manually update your browser so the fix will install immediately. Again, we normally try to make YDST informative and entertaining. Today is just informative – to protect everything on your computer. We like you.
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