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Microsoft Patch for Zero Day Vulnerability is now available including Windows XP

Recently FireEye Research Labs identified Zero Day Vulnerability on all Internet Explorer from Version 6 to 11. The vulnerability has the capability to provide the Remote Code Execution flaw. Now the security patch is available for the Zero Day Vulnerability which helps the user from flaw.

And also the patch was also released for Windows XP. The highlight is already Microsoft announced that it plans to stop the support for Windows XP which is one the most widely used operating system, but the security patch is also available for Windows XP users which prove that Microsoft still concern about the Windows XP users.

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Microsoft also recommends upgrading the Windows Operating System to Windows 7 or Windows 8 for users still using Windows XP operating system. The update for Windows XP is available through Auto update Mechanism. The update is Out- of- Band security update which helps the user to be safe from Remote Flaw Execution.

Also Microsoft recommends installing Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit for the users which helps to prevent from vulnerabilities.