Internet Explorer users: AVAST has got your back – for FREE

by AdwareSpywareRemoval on April 29, 2014

AVAST protects users running Internet Explorer. Microsoft announced a new vulnerability in Internet Explorer, which allows attackers to execute code remotely, ultimately giving them full control over a PC. The vulnerability targets Internet Explorer versions 6 through 11 and was published under the name CVE-2014-1776

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Internet Explorer users: AVAST has got your back – for FREE

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