No fix until February for Internet Explorer zero-day being actively exploited in targeted attacks

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Internet Explorer vulnerability found in the scripting engine that handles objects in memory

Microsoft has warned about an as-yet unpatched zero-day vulnerability in Internet Explorer (IE) that is being actively exploited by threat actors in targeted attacks. Microsoft attributes the re...

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