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Microsoft fixes six zero-day flaws in Windows 10 — update right now

You’d better implement the software patches that Microsoft released yesterday (June 8) if you’re running any recent version of Windows, because this month’s Patch Tuesday updates include fixes for six different “zero-day” flaws that are already being exploited by attackers in the wild.

The worst of the bunch (assigned the catalogue number CVE-2021-33742) lets malicious web pages hack into PCs via Internet Explorer and other Microsoft programs. Microsoft Edge is also affected when it is in “Internet Explorer mode,” according to the Microsoft description of the flaw, which labels it “Critical.”

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