Here’s another reason to switch your primary browser to Google ChromeFirefox or Apple’s Safari.

Microsoft is reporting Internet Explorer (IE) “zero-day” attacks.
Summary: All versions of Internet Explorer are vulnerable to remote code execution through a memory corruption bug. Attacks are currently being conducted with exploits that work on IE8 and IE9.

For all of the details, check out this article on ZDNet:
http://www.zdnet.com/microsoft-reports-ie-zero-day-attacks-7000020791/

Happy browsing! ?