Zero-day vulnerability detected in Windows VML
Microsoft has confirmed reports that a zero-day vulnerability has been detected in the Windows implementation of Vector Markup Language, or VML. Hackers have publicly posted exploit code that could enable widespread Web-based attacks, security experts warn. Microsoft aims to have a fix ready for its Oct. 10 Patch Tuesday release, or before that if widespread attacks are reported.
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