Microsoft fixes Windows XP browser security flaw

After the terror that hit Window XP users that are using IE with the Zero Day exploit, that could allow hackers to gain full user permissions over a PC, allowing them to install programs, view and delete data, and much more simply by visiting a malicious website

Microsoft is releasing a set of patches for all of its currently supported versions of IE, andt he security updates will be available on Windows Update at 1PM ET today.

 Acording to Microsoft’s Adrienne Hall “We’ve decided to provide an update for all versions of Windows XP (including embedded), today,” He continued “We made this exception based on the proximity to the end of support for Windows XP.”

While the US and UK governments advised web users to use alternative browsers this week due to the flaw. Microsoft said "The reality is there have been a very small number of attacks based on this particular vulnerability and concerns were, frankly, overblown,"