Microsoft Internet explorer 10 for windows 10 is getting the latest version of the browser security patch and security updates.

    According to Microsoft, the browser update for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 has been applied to all versions of IE10 for Windows10, while Windows 10 is not affected by the patch.

    The Windows 10 upgrade is available for both 64-bit and 32-bit Windows 10 devices.

    Microsoft says that IE10 is not vulnerable to a known vulnerability that can allow an attacker to access sensitive data in the memory of an affected system.

    The company says that a remote code execution vulnerability exists in IE10 that allows an attacker with the correct permissions to execute arbitrary code in a privileged context.

    The security patch was applied on February 6, and the update will roll out to users on February 13.

    The IE10 security update is available to all Windows 10 users for free, and it contains a number of improvements that will help to make Internet Explorer a safer browsing experience for all users.

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