New IE6 active scripting flaw

By Thomas McGuire on
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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