Security firm issues unofficial fix for Windows zero-day bug

Friday, 30 March 2007, 12:01 PM EST

Security vendor eEye Digital Security has released an unofficial fix for an unpatched flaw in Microsoft’s Windows operating system that is being exploited by online criminals.

The unofficial temporary patch, fixes a bug in the way Windows processes Animated Cursor files, which are used to create cartoon-like cursors in Windows.

At Computerworld.

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