New IE6 active scripting flaw

By TS | Thomas
Nov 27, 2003
  1. Security researchers in Denmark are warning users to disable "active scripting" in Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer 6.0 Web browser to prevent attackers from targeting & taking remote control of their PCs.

    Niels Rasmussen, CEO of security research company Secunia ApS in Copenhagen, said yesterday that the latest vulnerabilities "allow malicious Web sites & viruses to bypass the security zone settings in Internet Explorer".

    Would you like to know more? The previously posted Quikfix probably protects against this fault BTW.
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