Code posted for IE attack

Wednesday, 28 March 2007, 11:34 AM EST

New software has been published on the Internet that could be used to exploit a known flaw in Internet Explorer.

The code, which was posted Monday to the Milw0rm.com Web site, exploits a recently patched flaw in Microsoft's browser. It could be used to run unauthorized software on a computer that was not updated with the latest Microsoft patches, security experts warn.

At NetworkWorld.

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