Latest IE Cumulative Patch Broken?

By TS | Thomas
Sep 8, 2003
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  1. http-equiv has proved that the MS03-032 Security Bulletin from Microsoft fails to close the "Object Data" vulnerability. This test has been updated to use the latest exploit code as described by http-equiv & GreyMagic.

    Would you like to know more? 2 words - Mozilla Firebird (Yes, or Opera then :)). It seems rather than fixing the root of the problem, Microsoft are merely patching for a single known exploit of the problem, something which seems to be well known as regards DSO exploits & Microsoft attempts to patch them - one at a time (Pretty sure its DSO anyway).
  2. Per Hansson

    Per Hansson TS Server Guru Posts: 1,907   +115 Staff Member

    One word: Opera ;-)
  3. Nexxus6

    Nexxus6 Newcomer, in training

    MYIE

    MYIE has the browsing experience. Too bad it uses the IE engine and security flaws.
  4. Arris

    Arris TechSpot Evangelist Posts: 4,508   +81

    What Per said. I rarely have to use IE for compatibility with sites anymore. I love my Opera 7 browser... :D
  5. conradguerrero

    conradguerrero Newcomer, in training Posts: 357

    i dont like operas advertising freeware, mozillas good for me
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