Dutch hacker finds serious hole in IE 6

Wednesday, 22 March 2006, 3:38 AM EST

A Dutch Web developer has discovered a vulnerability in Microsoft's Internet Explorer 6 Web browser that could allow a PC to be taken over after a user is lured to a malicious Web site.

The vulnerability lies in how IE 6 handles so-called HTAs, or HTML applications.

At InfoWorld.

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