Internet Explorer 7 security

Friday, 7 October 2005, 12:27 PM EST

Internet Explorer (IE) has certainly had its share of flaws and vulnerabilities. Many of the most effective viruses and worms in the past couple of years owe their success to exploiting holes in Internet Explorer. A number of vulnerabilities have been reported to Microsoft that have yet to be patched, so the clock is ticking to see if hackers can exploit the flaws before Microsoft can fix them.

By Tony Bradley at Search Windows Security.

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