Yet another unpatched IE browser flaw

Security company Secunia is carrying details of a serious flaw in multiple browsers including IE, Mozilla and Opera that allows a malicious website to load arbitrary content in an arbitrary frame in another browser window owned by a trusted site. This opens major fraud and spoofing opportunities. The problem has now been fixed in the latest versions of Mozilla, Opera and FireFox. The vulnerability still exists in several other browsers including the well known malware vector, Internet Explorer.

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