Fix-it Addresses "Remote Code Execution" Vulnerability in Internet Explorer 8

Fix it addresses remote code execution vulnerability in Internet Explorer 8. Windows 8 "training camp" video ads debuts. Windows Embedded go Blue. Bing It On hits Katie Couric show and Hollywood Boulevard.

A new one-click Fix it for Internet Explorer 8 released today to address remote code execution vulnerability "address the known attack vectors."

"The Fix it is an effort to help protect as many customers as possible, as quickly as possible. We continue to work on a security update to address this issue and we're closely monitoring the threat landscape," Microsoft stated.

Microsoft is scheduled to release final Patch on May 14, 2013 Tuesday.

Check out the Security Advisory (2847140).

In other news, Microsoft has also released three new video advertisements for Windows 8. The theme of the videos revolves around a "training camp" for Windows 8.

Here is another Windows 8 video ad that Microsoft removed:

Microsoft has now officially confirmed the Blue project, releasing next month, with confirming that Windows Embedded will go Blue as well.

"With Windows Blue, we are furthering our platform alignment with Windows to address a growing category of devices on the edge of enterprise networks and will be bringing the update to market later this year," the company said.

In the latest episode of Garage Series, the Office team compares the Office Professional Plus 2013 MSI install and explains the optimized update service for the Office 365 ProPlus Click-to-Run install.

But more importantly, "they do an XStream install of Office 365 and race it against a Ferrari F430 Spider in the streets of Sydney, Australia," Microsoft office team stated.

Bing It On Hits the Katie Couric daytime talk show "Katie" and Hollywood Boulevard.

"With performances by the legendary Rod Stewart, the innovative, and the newly branded Snoop Lion, the Bing It On Challenge will be featured prominently on "Katie" broadcasts for the rest of the week," Bing writes.

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