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Submission + - Internet Explorer most vulnerable, slowest to fix (blogspot.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Security researcher scarybeasts has finally revealed full details of a subtle CSS-based browser hack first disclosed back in 2009. Of the five major browsers, four of them have fixes. The holdout is Internet Explorer. Interestingly, not only is Internet Explorer the slowest to patch. It is also by far the most dangerously affected. Best use an alternate browser if you value the integrity of your webmail account.
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Internet Explorer most vulnerable, slowest to fix

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