Microsoft Security Advisory (903144)
A COM Object (Javaprxy.dll) Could Cause Internet Explorer to Unexpectedly Exit
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Microsoft has completed the investigation into a public report of a vulnerability affecting Internet Explorer. We have issued a security bulletin to address this issue. For more information about this issue, including download links for an available security update, please review the security bulletin.
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- June 30, 2005: Advisory published
- July 1, 2005: Advisory updated with additional mitigations and workarounds
- July 5, 2005: Advisory updated with Microsoft Download Center information for the registry key update that disables Javaprxy.dll in Internet Explorer
- July 12, 2005: Advisory updated to direct customers to Security Bulletin MS05-037, “Vulnerability in JView Profiler Could Allow Remote Code Execution”.