Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Attack code for Windows flaw heightens risk

CNET News.com: "Computer code that exploits a 'critical' vulnerability in Windows has been released on the Internet, prompting Microsoft to issue a security advisory.
The attack code takes advantage of a flawed Windows routing and remote access component for which Microsoft released a patch two weeks ago, the company said in its advisory published late Friday. The company is not aware of any actual cyberattacks that use the exploit code, it said"

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