Development tool security hole threatens Internet apps

Friday, 19 August 2005, 2:23 AM EST

A security hole in a popular development tool has severe implications for a number of the Internet's most popular applications, including Gmail, Flikr and MSN Virtual Earth.

Tens of thousands of companies, including America Online, Google, Microsoft and Yahoo are likely to be affected by the flaw in Cpaint.

By Matthew Broersma at Computerworld.

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