The zero-day, which is tracked as CVE-2020-0674, is a memory corruption issue in the browser’s scripting engine. Its exploitation could enable remote attackers to run code of their choice on the compromised system. Microsoft has released a security advisory alerting users to an as-yet unpatched vulnerability in its Internet Explorer (IE) web browser that is being exploited in limited targeted attacks.
What You Can Do
Other than that, we guide you to ensure strong firewalls, password policies and data encryption are in place. Educate your employees about browser-based attacks and urge them to be cautious. Upgrade to SSL if you haven’t already done so. Consult with a trusted MSP to learn more about how you can keep your data safe.
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