First serious vulnerability of Windows XP after leaving ...

First serious vulnerability of Windows XP after leaving …

April 28, 2014

XP-RIPThe vulnerability has been found by FireEye Research Labs, and uses a known Flash security flaw that would affect IE from 6 to 11 and in practically all current Windows. Microsoft is already working on the fix, but Windows XP will run out of the update to protect it.

In the source, the FireEye company further explains the vulnerability and how to fight it at least temporarily. They detail it a lot, and among the possible solutions is to use EMET or the Enhanced Protected Mode in IE, but the most efficient and simple thing is to disable Flash in Internet Explorer.

via First serious vulnerability of Windows XP after leaving it orphaned | The Inquirer ES.

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