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Security experts find six more holes in Microsoft’s browser

TechWeb.com
November 18th, 2004

TechWeb reports that the Danish security firm Secunia has found six additional security holes in the Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 web browser. One vulnerability, which is part of the Windows XP Service Pack 2 release, allows hackers to disable a warning to users that downloaded files might contain viruses.

Security experts find six more holes in Microsoft’s browser

TechWeb.com
November 18th, 2004
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