You Need To Stop Using Internet Explorer Today…

A new zero-day vulnerability that resides in all versions of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer was detected this past weekend (April 26-17, 2014), Microsoft confirmed.
The vulnerability, which could allow remote code execution, is being used in "limited, targeted attacks," according to an advisory issued by Microsoft.

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