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A new high-risk flaw in Microsoft Outlook and Internet Explorer could allow malicious code to be executed with minimal user interaction, according to security firm eEye Digital Security. The company claims to have notified Microsoft about the flaw on 5 May, vnunet.com reports. http://www.vnunet.com/vnunet/news/21352 ... ings-leaks
A spokeswoman for Microsoft confirmed that the company has been notified, and is investigating the issue.
"At this time, Microsoft is not aware of any malicious attacks attempting to exploit the reported vulnerabilities, and there is no customer impact based on this issue," she said.
The defect affects systems running Windows NT, 2000, XP and at least some versions of Windows 2003. EEye notified Microsoft about two other flaws in Internet Explorer and Outlook on 16 March and 29 March, but the software giant has yet to release a patch for the problems.
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