"Microsoft says once it finishes investigating the issue it will issue a fix for the problem, either in a monthly security update or a special security update.Hackers targeting newly discovered flaw in Microsoft Internet Explorer
Until the patch is released, using a different browser such as Chrome, Safari or Firefox is good idea.
If using another browser isn’t an option, Microsoft suggests downloading its Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit version 4.1 to help guard against attacks until a patch is released.
FireEye suggests disabling the Adobe Flash plugin because the attacks won’t work without it. FireEye also said running IE in enhanced protection mode, which is only available for IE versions 10 and 11, will protect users from attacks."
Monday, April 28, 2014
Hackers targeting newly discovered flaw in Microsoft Internet Explorer (The Washington Post)
An especially inconvenient truth for Windows XP users (unless Microsoft changes its XP retirement policy)