Another zero day threat hits Windows
Sample code is circulating on the Internet for an attack using a flaw that Microsoft knows about, but has not yet fixed.
On Thursday, Microsoft warned people about a vulnerability in the Windows Shell, the part of the operating system that presents the user interface. The flaw affects Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 and could be exploited via the Internet Explorer Web browser through a component called WebViewFolderIcon, the company said in an advisory. Another zero-day threat hits Windows | CNET News.com
Back to: PC Security, privacy news