Over 2,000 sites exploit .ani security flaw

Tuesday, 10 April 2007, 4:06 PM EST

More than 2,000 unique Web sites have been rigged to exploit the animated cursor security flaw in Microsoft's software, according to security vendor Websense Inc.

Those Web sites are either hosting exploit code or are redirecting Internet users to sites with bad code, Websense's blog reported Monday.

At Yahoo! News.

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