Microsoft releases early browser fix

The software giant broke its once-a-month schedule on Monday to fix a critical flaw in Internet Explorer that could allow malicious coders to take control of an unwary user’s PC. "The most serious problem, known as a "cross-domain security vulnerability," affects all versions of Internet Explorer running on Windows NT, 2000 and XP."

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