Zero-day IE exploit...
Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2005 19:46:40 -0500
"Microsoft has expressed concern that this new vulnerability was not
disclosed to them first, potentially putting users at risk. Although there
is currently no patch for this vulnerability, disabling Active Scripting or
switching to an alternate browser such as Mozilla Firefox would effectively
mitigate the risk."
I do not believe that there is real malicous code flouting arround for this,
this has been a known issue since May.....I believe MS has marked it as low
and as such did nothing about it....typical.
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