Software giant updates security problems and also addresses Adobe Flash player problems for IE 10
Microsoft has issued a security update that fixes the zero-day flaw in Internet Explorer.
A zero-day flaw is a threat that makes use of a software or operating system vulnerability that was previouly unknown to its programmers, or to security experts.
Customers who installed the Fix it yesterday will not need to uninstall it in order to apply the full security bulletin.
Yunsun Wee, a director at Microsoft Trustworthy Computing, said: "Today we released a security update to address the Internet Explorer issue impacting a small number of customers.
"While attacks have been limited, for increased protection, customers should apply the update as soon as possible if they do not have automatic updates enabled."
Microsoft has also released a patch numbered 2755801 that addresses vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player for IE 10 for Windows 8. The company said it was working "closely with Adobe" to ensure users of the company's Flash player in IE 10 were secure.
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