Heads Up: Zero Day in IE 7 and 8

Details of a zero-day vulnerability in Internet Explorer 7 and 8 have been posted to the Web. The particular exploit takes advantage of a problem with the security centered around printing links in a given Web page.

The vulnerability was discovered by Aviv Raff and details were posted to his blog on May 14. There's no patch available yet, but Microsoft is aware of the problem.

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