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Internet Explorer Multiple Vulnerabilities

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Release Date:  2010-12-14    Last Update:  2011-03-01    Views:  24,605

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Multiple vulnerabilities have been reported in Internet Explorer, which can be exploited by malicious people to compromise a user's system


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Subject: Internet Explorer Multiple Vulnerabilities

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koppensb

RE: Internet Explorer CSS Import Rule Processing Memory Corruption Vulnerability
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koppensb RE: Internet Explorer CSS Import Rule Processing Memory Corruption Vulnerability
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Does confirmed with Internet Explorer 8 mean that it is also exploitable with Protected Mode activated?
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ddmarshall RE: Internet Explorer CSS Import Rule Processing Use-After-Free Vulnerability
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The Microsoft Security Advisory states that exploitation is possible with Protected Mode on, but the attacker would have very limited rights.
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/advisory...

For Vista and later systems, the Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit can be used to prevent the published exploit working by forcing ASLR for Internet Explorer. Some of the other mitigations may be effective for XP.
http://blogs.technet.com/b/srd/archive/2010/12/22/...



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ddmarshall RE: Internet Explorer CSS Import Rule Processing Memory Corruption Vulnerability
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If you read the Microsoft advisory, you will find that Internet Explorer 6 is also affected. You cannot use it with Windows 7 and anyone who could use it would be ill advised to use it as it has less inbuilt security than anything later.

There are two easily applied workarounds available to you in the Microsoft advisory. Either install EMET and use it to protect Internet Explorer or run the Fixit in http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2488013 .

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