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IE Has No Patch, but Does Have One Big Hole

I just mentioned that IE is getting no patches this month. That doesn't mean all is well in IE world. There is a Zero-Day remote code execution exploit that impacts XP, Vista and Windows 7, Microsoft revealed this week.

There is a workaround, and Microsoft is feverishly coding up a patch. One Web site (that is now shut down) was found to be the source of the malware.

Posted by Doug Barney on 11/05/2010 at 1:18 PM


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