Anyone who ignored this morning’s warning to abandon Internet Explorer 7 (and let’s face it, there are better things to be doing over lunch than changing your web browser) can instead rejoice that the first patch for the problem has been released by Prevx.
The web site states:
Prevx have developed a utility that users can run to enable and disable Microsoft’s suggested workarounds. This utility will allow you to disable the affected component of Internet Explorer until Microsoft release a patch via their windows update software.
Microsoft has officially released its next incarnation of the Internet Explorer browser, version 7, its first major update in years. Its feature set aims to bring it more in line with rivals including Firefox, and includes tabbed browsing, an anti-phishing…