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Grinler How Do We Know If Bugged In Vml


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#1 loveablekitty

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Posted 22 September 2006 - 10:47 AM

Hi Grinler, can you give me some infor on this VML Bug and what to watch for, lately I been having very weird writting to my e-mails and sometimes trying to get on a forum site I belong to, I thought it was a server prob on there side but now its doing it in some
of my e-mails mostly in bulk but one in the inbox.
this just started two days ago, I did run sybot s/d nothing thx for help kit
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Posted 22 September 2006 - 04:35 PM

See Grinler's guide on How To Protect Yourself From The Vector Markup Language (vml) Exploit

Forgot to add, you can also follow the discussion here.

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Posted 23 September 2006 - 09:02 AM

THank you quietman, tho I did read every word in Grinlers guide and Im following the discussions ( some which I must say is way over my head ) I still dont know what we are looking for? I have a post with my cp prob that has accured lately ( no answers yet) I call it ALIEN writtings in e-mail lol also they have suggested to go with IE7 which Im willing to do but not sure if its safe nor how to go about it "o{ so I read and read and read Thx again Kit
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Posted 23 September 2006 - 11:45 AM

Excuse me for stepping in...a little "off topic",but if a person uses Firefox and ThunderBird,only using IE for updates,is it still important that we protect ourselves from the VML?
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