cNet’s News.com reports that security company Secunia says Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 6 is vulnerable to phishing scams in which hackers send what look like legitimate eMails to lure internet users into giving out sensitive personal information. The flaw makes even the most fraudulent sites look respectable to the end user, as the phishers can hijack cookies from other sites. Secunia’s discovery was a tough blow for Microsoft, which continues to address security concerns related to its web browser.