After IE attacks, Microsoft eyes security betas

Wednesday, 29 March 2006, 1:29 PM EST

With hackers actively exploiting an unpatched bug in IE, and some users unhappy that a fix for the problem may still be two weeks away, Microsoft says it is looking at ways of providing more rapid security updates.

Hackers began circulating code that exploited this newest IE vulnerability late last week, and to date it has been used on several hundred maliciously encoded Web sites.

At InfoWorld.

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