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Friday June 30, 2006

Browser Bugs Hit IE & Firefox

Just a heads up, two new security flaws have been found that affect both Microsoft IE and Firefox. Microsoft said they are aware of the problem while there has been no word out of Mozilla yet on this.

The flaw that affects both IE and Firefox is related to the handling of a technology that is used to access documents delivered from one Web site to another, according to the advisory. Attackers could exploit the IE or Firefox flaw using cross-site scripting, said Monty Ijzerman, senior manager of McAfee's Global Threat Group.