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Microsoft warned of critical vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer
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02.02.2011 14:52:19
The vulnerability was found in the Windows operating system and threatens virtually all of its versions, which are currently supported.
Microsoft warned of critical vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer
Microsoft has warned users of Internet Explorer on a critical vulnerability, which can be used by hackers to capture personal data. According to press officer of the company, Angela Gunn, a vulnerability found in Windows and threatens virtually all of its versions, which are currently supported: Windows XP (SP3), Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008 (R2).
Attackers are reported in the company, could prompt the user to viral hyperlink that activates the malicious script. Action script will continue until the user is online.
The script may collect personal data stored browser, such as e-mail passwords. At the same time using the browser Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari have nothing to fear because they do not support files MHTML, which are the source of the problem.
As reported, Microsoft has released a special patch for the vulnerability, which users can download on the official website of the company.

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