Exploit Code Published for Unpatched IE Vulnerability
Malware researcher H.D. Moore, co-founder of the Metasploit Framework, has published software exploit code meant to prove that a vulnerability in Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser that he first publicized in July remains unpatched and capable of being attacked. According to Moore, and other security researchers including Copenhagen, Denmark-based Secunia, the IE-borne vulnerability has been confirmed as legitimate on Windows computers running Internet Explorer 6.0 and Microsoft's Windows XP Service Pack 2.
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