Microsoft Security Advisory (979352)
Vulnerability in Internet Explorer Could Allow Remote Code Execution
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Microsoft has completed the investigation the public reports of this vulnerability. We have issued MS10-002 to address this issue. For more information about this issue, including download links for an available security update, please review MS10-002. The vulnerability addressed is the HTML Object Memory Corruption Vulnerability - CVE-2010-0249.
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- V1.0 (January 14, 2010): Advisory published
- V1.1 (January 15, 2010): Revised Executive Summary to reflect investigation of limited targeted attacks. Added Data Execution Prevention (DEP) information to Mitigating Factors section. Updated "How does configuring the Internet zone security setting to High protect me from this vulnerability?" in the Frequently Asked Questions section.
- V1.2 (January 20, 2010): Revised Executive Summary to reflect the changing nature of attacks attempting to exploit the vulnerability. Clarified information in the Mitigating Factors section for Data Execution Prevention (DEP) and Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, and Windows Mail. Clarified several Frequently Asked Questions to provide further details about the vulnerability and ways to limit the possibility of exploitation. Added "Enable or disable ActiveX controls in Office 2007" and "Do not open unexpected files" to the Workarounds section.
- V2.0 (January 21, 2010): Advisory updated to reflect publication of security bulletin