Microsoft has warned of a flawed software in Internet Explorer ...
Jul 7th, 2009
(AFP/File) - Microsoft has warned of a flawed software in Internet Explorer that hackers can exploit to take over some computers. The vulnerability was found in a program used in the popular web browser to play video on computers running with Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 operating systems, Microsoft said in a warning posted online.(AFP/File/Paul J. Richards) -
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