Critical Internet Explorer flaw patched by third party

Wednesday, 29 March 2006, 2:27 AM EST

While Microsoft works on a patch for a critical Internet Explorer 6 script vulnerability that can allow a hacker to take control of a Windows PC, another firm has beaten Microsoft to the punch, releasing its own fix for the problem.

At CIO Today.

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