We are already use to Microsoft’s Security Updates

Microsoft has today released five security updates. All current versions of Internet Explorer are affected by this update package from Microsoft.

Two are critical, and one of them eliminates the vulnerability in Internet Explorer that was discovered in January… scary that Microsoft need more then 1.5 months before they came out with an update

Four of the five updates affect the operating system Windows XP. After this update of XP, Microsoft has only one chance left to fix flaws in the outdated system.

One of the two critical updates repear vulnerabilities in all current versions of Internet Explorer, from version 6 to version 11. The later version runs only on Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1.

For two weeks ago, Microsoft confirmed at least one vulnerability in Internet Explorer 9, and 10. This after both FireEye and Websense, two company that are specilized in web security, reported on this matter.

The second critical update is for Windows XP and repeair a vulnerability that could be exploited by hackers who are out to hijack the computer.