Wednesday, January 12, 2005
Flaw in Internet Explorer exploited
A known flaw in Microsoft Internet Explorer has been made even worse. The flaw used to require some user action, like the user dragging an image from one part of a Web page to another before it was able to affect the computer - but no longer. Now the flaw can be exploited with no user interaction. Making Internet Explorer an even bigger security risk. If you haven't yet, maybe now is a good time to Get Firefox!.
Posted by Matt at 10:56 AM