Microsoft's Latest XP Vulnerability Resembles Adobe PDF 'Flaw'

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    Au79, Oct 12, 2007
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    Au79 <> wrote:

    >BetaNews - USA
    >
    >But as the Microsoft team explained, it doesn't have to be mailto: that
    >triggers the problem: "This is not a vulnerability in any specific protocol
    >handler, ...
    >
    ><http://www.betanews.com/article/Microsofts_Latest_XP_Vulnerability_Resembles_Adobe_PDF_Flaw/1192118748>


    That was a good one. Adobe said NO! it's not ours :)

    "the flaw previously attributed to Adobe software is actually being
    caused by Microsoft Windows XP in tandem with Internet Explorer 7."


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