Thursday, March 4, 2010

New Microsoft Report

Microsoft has released a new security report, which informs users about the revealed weak point that threatens Internet Explorer. This problem is linked to the use of help key, F1 in particular, and threatens Windows 2000 and Windows XP by default and to a smaller range of Windows 2003 Server. The official representative of Microsoft said that the internal investigation revealed that Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista are not affected. The report also emphasizes that the vulnerable platforms, regardless of the installed version of Internet Explorer. Microsoft appeals to its customers to avoid pressing the F1 key from Web pages or other Internet content.

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