Microsoft has released the June 2011 Cumulative Security Update (KB2530548) for Internet Explorer, that also includes the first security update for Internet Explorer 9 thereby updating IE9 to IE 9.0.1. This update is being pushed automatically to all IE9 RTW customers through Windows Update.
The security update will patch seven security vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer 9. According to IE Blog, “the vulnerabilities could allow remote code execution if a user visits a malicious, specially crafted Web page using IE. Users who run without administrative rights are more secure in general and should be less impacted than other users”. “This security update is rated Critical for for Internet Explorer 6 on Windows clients, Internet Explorer 7, Internet Explorer 8, and Internet Explorer 9; and Moderate for Internet Explorer 6 on Windows servers”.
As it’s usually the case, the update is available via Windows Update, so those who have enabled automatic updates do not need to take any actions to download and deploy the update. We recommend that customers who have not enabled automatic updating, enable it (Start Menu, type “Windows Update”).
You can also get the KB2530548 Update manually from Windows Update or download the applicable update using link below according to your windows OS & system architecture, install it to protect your computer and get all the fixes till date.
IE 9.01 update for 32-bit Windows 7 is available for download here.
IE 9.01 update for 64-bit Windows 7 is available for download here.
IE 9.01 update for 32-bit Windows Vista is available for download here.
IE 9.01 update for 64-bit Windows Vista is available for download here.