Ways to Stay Safe from IE Zero Day Vulnerability

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Know what is Microsoft Internet Explorer Zero Day Vulnerability and what are the possible ways to get rid of it.

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Ways to Stay Safe from IE Zero Day Vulnerability

  1.  The IE Zero Day vulnerability is a remote code execution vulnerability that exists in the way that IE can accesses an object in memory that has been deleted or has not been properly allocated.  This Zero Day vulnerability may corrupt memory and allow attackers to execute arbitrary code in the context of the current user within IE.  An attacker could host a specially crafted website that is designed to exploit this vulnerability through Internet Explorer and then convince a user to view the website.
  2. 1 : Install an AlterNetWeb Browser of Internet Explorer There are many safe browsers available for safe browsing,You can use any of them. Google Chrome Mozilla Firefox Safari Opera
  3. 2 : Windows XP Users should immediately consider upgrading a supported OS IF you are windows XP user then you must upgrade you OS from XP to Windows 7 or Windows 8 that supports your system Configuration. Upgrade to Windows 7 Upgrade to Windows 8
  4. 3 : Browsing reputed website only. Do not open any un trusted website 4 : Stop clicking on unsolicited emails. 5 : UnregisterVGX.DLL from you system. Click here to unregisterVGX.DLL fie - http://www.symantec.com/connect/blogs/zero-day-internet- vulnerability-let-loose-wild
  5. 6 : Symantec and Norton users are safe from this IE Zero Day vulnerability. So ensure that your System is secured with updated versions of Symantec and Norton. Norton Security Symantec Security
  6. For Any information and Updates on Microsoft Internet Explorer Zero DayVulnerability. Visit here - Microsoft IE Zero Day Bug Follow us Here - Facebook: CheapSSLSecurities Twitter: SSLSecurity Google Plus: +Cheapsslsecurity

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