Internet Explorer 10 Gets Critical Security Updates

Microsoft released two critical bulletins and one security advisory for IE

  IE10 is one of the versions that received critical patches
Microsoft has fixed a total of 13 privately reported vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer with the help of this month’s Patch Tuesday updates, with virtually all versions of the company’s in-house browser being affected by the flaws.

Microsoft has fixed a total of 13 privately reported vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer with the help of this month’s Patch Tuesday updates, with virtually all versions of the company’s in-house browser being affected by the flaws.

Microsoft released two different critical security bulletins, namely MS13-009 and MS13-010, and one security advisory (2755801) that comprises an update for Adobe Flash Player in Internet Explorer 10 on all supported editions of Windows 8, Windows Server 2012 and Windows RT.

As for MS13-009, the update is labeled as “critical” for IE versions 6 to 10 on Windows clients and as “moderate” for the same builds on Windows servers.

Last but not least, the MS13-010 security bulletin concerns a privately reported vulnerability in the Microsoft implementation of Vector Markup Language (VML). Once again, the update is considered “critical” on all Internet Explorer versions for any Windows platform.

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