According to Microsoft, Internet Explorer will undergo patching as it is currently susceptible to attackers who can easily deliver malware to a victim’s computer via a drive or by download -- loading a website with attack code to deliver malware should victim access website.
The decision comes days after Microsoft released a ‘quick fix’ or emergency patch, as it lacked a more permanent patch with the browser experiencing high risks.
"While we have still seen only a limited number of customers affected by the issue, the potential exists that more customers could be affected in the future," said Trustworthy Computing group manager Dustin Childs.
Microsoft’s efforts come days after Google upgraded Chrome by patching 24 security vulnerabilities.
Apart from Chrome 23, Google further patched 11 high-risk vulnerabilities on Chrome 24.