Warnings grow over unpatched IE flaw
Security experts warn a new, unpatched vulnerability in Internet Explorer might be used to spread malware. A flaw in Microsoft's Direct Animation Path (daxctle.ocx) ActiveX control, rated as critical by Secunia and other security watchers, has spawned proof of concept code but has not yet become the subject of widespread, hostile attack.
Memory corruption is possible even on a fully patched Windows XP system. Warnings grow over unpatched IE flaw | Channel Register
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