Microsoft Patches Pair of Critical IE Flaws

Microsoft Corp. on Wednesday released patches for two critical flaws in Internet Explorer that enable an attacker to run code on a vulnerable PC.

These two vulnerabilities are also the first to potentially affect the recently released Windows Server 2003 operating system. However, the new version of Windows blocks both of these attacks in its default configuration, according to Microsoft security executives.

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