Security Firm Reports Ten New XP SP2 Flaws

A security company says it has discovered a series of security flaws in Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 that would allow a hacker to take over an SP2 machine when the user browses a Web page. Microsoft downplayed the claims by Finjan Software. A security firm says it has found 10 major security flaws in Microsoft'sRelevant Products/Services from Microsoft Windows XP Latest News about Windows XP Service Pack 2. The weaknesses could allow intruders to bypass many of the security measures implemented by the update. A hacker Latest News about hacker could exploit the flaws to execute malicious code on a user's system by luring the user to a specially created Web page, according to Finjan Software, which reported the vulnerability.
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November 13, 2004 09:41 AM | Posted in Microsoft


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