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New Bugs Found In Microsoft Outlook, Internet Explorer

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Once again, it appears as if another security vulnerability bug has bitten Microsoft’s two popular Internet-related tools, Outlook and Internet Explorer.

The findings were made by eEye Digital Security, who categorizes the newly discovered security flaws as high risk. A report by Boost Marketing reveals:

The flaws allow malicious code to be executed on both programs with minimal user interaction, according to the eEye security bulletin. Hackers could gain complete control of users computer systems.

eEye Digital Security indicated all versions of Windows XP, NT and 2000 are vulnerable to being exploited. According to Microsoft, there have been no reported attacks making use of these vulnerabilities. There has been no word from Redmond concerning the release of a fix or patch addressing these new security issues.

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