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Microsoft, Mozilla downplay browser bug June 8, 2006 Security flaw affecting both Internet Explorer and Firefox could allow an attacker to steal files from vulnerable computers, but is tough to exploit.
Cursor hole puts Windows PCs at risk March 29, 2007 Vulnerability in the way Windows handles animated cursors puts users at risk of serious cyberattacks. Microsoft is working on a fix.
IBM patches Lotus flaw February 10, 2006 Among vulnerabilities discovered, attacker could execute code when users access files through Notes attachment viewer.
Browser bugs hit IE June 29, 2006 Security experts warn of two flaws in IE. One issue was initially thought to affect Firefox, but further research shows not.
No fix yet for Word 2000 flaw September 12, 2006 Microsoft releases patches for three security holes, but does not have a fix for a Word 2000 flaw being used in attacks.
Windows zero-day flaw gets a fix April 10, 2007 Microsoft's Tuesday patches include a fix for a "critical" Windows flaw that was first disclosed in December and also affects Vista.
Windows, Exchange flaws patched May 9, 2006 Trio of security updates includes two for critical flaws in Exchange e-mail server and third-party software in Windows.
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