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|19th October 2006, 13:18||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
IE7 vulnerability discovered already
The vulnerability can be exploited to disclose potentially sensitive information the firm says, though it gives it just two out of five on its criticality meter.
An exasperated Thomas Kristensen, CTO of Secunnia says, "It is the half-year old information disclosure vulnerability which allows malicious sites to sneak on the content of other sites which hasn't been patched in the brand new IE7 release."
|20th October 2006, 15:14||#2|
Blah this is so lame that made me laugh.
Microsoft just isn't able to code properly and poeple need to realize that "code/patch, code/patch" just doesn't work..
Switch to/stay with Firefox!
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