Microsoft Rocked by New IE Zero Day Flaw Warning
Barely two weeks after shipping an Internet Explorer security makeover to cover a wave of drive by malware downloads, Microsoft is scrambling to address the public disclosure of a new zero day vulnerability that could be used in code execution attacks.
The Redmond, Wash. software maker confirmed it was investigating a warning posted on the Full-disclosure mailing list that the latest versions of IE causes various types of crashes when visiting Web pages with nested OBJECT tags. Microsoft Rocked by New IE Zero-Day Flaw Warning
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