IE blighted by flaw duo

Thursday, 29 June 2006, 12:49 PM EST

A brace of new Internet Explorer vulnerabilities have been disclosed on a security mailing list.

The most serious of the two flaws, which has been accompanied by the publication of proof of concept exploit code, involves HTA applications and creates a means to trick users into executing malign code providing users can be tricked into double clicking on an icon.

At The Register.

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