Zero Day CSS Flaw Detected In Internet Explorer – Beware

by Rohit Khurana on December 28, 2010

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I still remember that post in which I mentioned that Internet Explorer will eliminate 99 percent of the total threats faced now a days. But today I have a news for you which is just an irony to the statement made in that previous. In this post I will be telling you about a new vulnerability which has been recently detected in Internet Explorer and that vulnerability would have given rise to a huge threat scams if Microsoft would not have been the first one to detect that vulnerability.

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This vulnerability can be called as zero-day CSS flaw. Luckily none of the hackers in the world was able to detect that vulnerability, so now you can take a sigh of relief. They informed about it as early as possible and not they are working to create a patch for this problem. At least now if you are going to get attentive and alert then no hacker will be able to use vulnerability. My honest advice will be to stop using Internet Explorer now and install the other browsers and then work on them till you do not get the patch released by Microsoft.

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The problem is related to the formatted CSS page code and experts commented that this problem is hard to fix and that is the reason they are still working on it. Microsoft claimed with confidence that this browser is exceptionally good as compared to the previous versions and initially it was felt also but now after this problem I still believe that there are still certain more mysteries which has been left uncovered. This problem has affected last three version of this tool i.e. Internet Explorer 7, 8 and 9. So take care of your browsing from now, if you are an Internet Explorer addict.

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source – Softpedia

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