Temporary patch issued to cover IE 11 security flaw being actively exploited in the wild

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Third-party 'Micropatch' will provide protection for out-of-support Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 r2 users

A temporary patch to protect the sub-10 per cent of Windows users still running Internet Explorer has been rushed out by a security company. The ‘micropatch' is intended to protect IE 11 users foll...

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