Outlook vulnerable to critical VML bug

Friday, 22 September 2006, 12:56 PM EST

A critical bug in the Internet Explorer (IE) browser also affects users of the Outlook 2003 e-mail client, making it much more serious than previously thought.

The vulnerability can be triggered when IE or Outlook 2003 processes Web-based graphics code written in the Vector Markup Language (VML). It was first reported Monday by researchers at Sunbelt Software Inc.

At InfoWorld.

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