Hackers actively exploiting IE's VML flaw

Wednesday, 27 September 2006, 12:40 AM EST

Security experts have warned of a sharp hike in the number of cyber criminals actively exploiting the newly discovered VML vulnerability in Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser.

"More and more sites are being discovered to be using this exploit code," said McAfee Avert Labs virus researcher Craig Schmugar.

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