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Yet another IE6 flaw

Yet another IE6 flaw

The ADODB.Connection ActiveX control in Internet Explorer 6.x contains a vulnerability that can cause memory corruption and therefore crash the browser. It is possible this new threat, considered by Microsoft to be a low threat, could be used by criminal hackers for so-called drive-by downloads. This vulnerability, which is under investigation by Microsoft, has been assigned a National Vulnerability Database number of CVE-2006-5559. For instructions on disabling ActiveX, see this US-CERT document.