Exploits of unpatched IE6, IE7 flaw on the rise

Exploits of unpatched IE6, IE7 flaw on the rise

arstechnica.com
An unpatched flaw in Internet Explorer versions 6 and 7 is increasingly being exploited. The flaw, first reported two weeks ago, was initially used in limited, targeted attacks. It is now evolving into something more widespread and indiscriminate. Security researchers for antivirus company AVG are now reporting tens of...
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