Microsoft to patch Flash vulnerability before shipping Windows 8

Microsoft will be patching Windows 8 Internet Explorer 10 (IE 10) vulnerability before releasing the final product this October. The security hole in Adobe’s Flash Player which will be bundled directly into IE 10 has triggered Microsoft to fix the exploit before shipping the product to consumers. Definitely, a wise move by Microsoft to fix a known exploit before releasing the new operating system which would portray Windows 8 as a more secure solution than its competition!  Microsoft is working with Adobe to make sure that the Flash Player is always secure.

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