December 1, 2003

New flaws discovered in Internet Explorer

Anonymous Reader writes "Newly discovered security flaws in Microsoft's Internet Explorer could let attackers invade a user's PC, but a fix is NOT YET available.

Danish security firm Secunia warned that when used together, the flaws could allow an attacker to execute malicious code on a user's PC.

The flaws were reported this week by researcher Liu Die Yu, who posted the information on public security messaging boards, and appear to exist on PCs that are patched with the latest Microsoft security updates. Users are advised to switch off active scripting in Internet Explorer until a patch becomes available, or to use a non-IE browser."


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