Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 4th Jan 2006 22:45 UTC
Windows The saga around the WMF flaw in Windows continues. "A cryptographically signed version of Microsoft's patch for the Windows Metafile vulnerability accidentally leaked onto the Internet late Tuesday, adding a new wrinkle to the company's round-the-clock efforts to stop the flow of malicious exploits. The MSRC (Microsoft Security Response Center) acknowledged that a slip-up caused 'a fast-track, pre-release version of the update' to be posted to a security community site and urged users to 'disregard' the premature update."
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RE: Overblown
by Snifflez on Thu 5th Jan 2006 06:19 UTC in reply to "Overblown"
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"This is getting overblown. If you don't come in contact with WMF files, you're safe."

False. WMF files may masquerade as seemingly legitimate image files by using a different extension. Ignorance is not a point of view, troll.

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