Critical Internet Explorer flaw is Patched by a third party
While Microsoft works on a patch for a critical Internet Explorer 6 script vulnerability that can allow a hacker to take control of a Windows PC, another firm has beaten Microsoft to the punch, releasing its own fix for the problem.
The new patch from eEye Digital Security is not meant to replace the forthcoming Microsoft patch, but it does provide immediate protection in lieu of an available fix. It is designed to remove itself automatically when Microsoft’s official patch becomes available.
Microsoft’s official update might not be released until next month, according to a blog posting on the company’s security site.
at least it has more practical uses than a pc.
hahaha…Jam paid $2,000 for a lamp!
Too right Jam! Hands down, Macs make the best table lamps available!
Being a Mac fan, and truly despising PC’s every time I try to use one means that I DON’T LIKE Microsloth.
Very funny indeed!