It's not officially released but Microsoft is preparing a fix.
A vulnerability has been found in version of Adobe Flash which will soon be an integrated part of Internet Explorer 10.
This is really important because IE 10 is an integral part of the upcoming Windows 8 operating system.
According to ZDNet, Microsoft originally said they weren't planning on fixing the problem. Now they've decided that it might be in their best interests to do so.
The software patch should be ready well in advance of the official Windows 8 release late next month.