Flaw in Core IE 8 Component Could Enable Remote Attacks

There’s an unpatched vulnerability affecting Internet Explorer 8 running on most current versions of Windows that could give attackers the ability to run code on remote machines. The flaw is a memory leak that gives attackers key information on the location of a specific address in memory, even with memory protections such as ASLR enabled.

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