A security vulnerability in Internet Explorer threatens to steal users ‘ data

Detected security vulnerability new recently in the Internet Explorer browser which threatens to steal data of users of computers that are running Windows.

Centered this vulnerability about MHT file (archive files of web pages), which can be for hackers exploited to spy on the user and steal files from his account.


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Apparently, the hackers can even set up a file MHT private and send it to the user via Messages, chat or e-mail as an attachment, once you open it is running Internet Explorer for it’s default program on Windows to run this file, and after that, hackers can even access the content of a user’s computer.

As mentioned, these vulnerabilities to infect systems running Windows 7, Windows 10, in addition to Windows Server 2012 R2. However, I did send Microsoft until now no update security to stop this gap, which makes many of the computers that opens the browser which by default are at risk of penetration.

It is worth mentioning that Internet Explorer still accounts for about 10% of the market for web browsers, so it may be simple given that just having a browser on the device of all to exploit vulnerabilities.

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