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'Zero-Day' Internet Explorer Flaw Detected

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Posted 07 July 2004 - 04:22 PM

It has been discovered that an adware purveyor has leveraged two security flaws (one of which was previously undetected, a "zero day") in Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser to surreptitiously install a toolbar on victims' computers that triggers pop-up ads

Additionally, as a public service to the network security community, eEye Digital Security has developed utilities to assist with the remediation of the flaws these attacks are leveraging. To download these tools please visit:



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