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Monday October 30, 2006

Another IE 7 Pop-Up Flaw Found

It looks like another IE7 pop-up flaw has been found. I am not sure what they mean by “visiting a trusted site that opens a new window with malicious code” or who would even enter their CC info into a pop-up window in the first place but all this info is still good to know.

The browser flaw could affect users who visit a trusted site by opening a pop-up window in that site but containing malicious code. This is the second IE 7 flaw that has been discovered since Microsoft released the browser two weeks ago. Last week, a security flaw was discovered in IE 7 that could spoof the address of a pop-up window.