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Microsoft fixes flawed .ani patch

Microsoft fixes flawed .ani patch

Microsoft's April update yields 5 critical updates.
Apr 12 2007 3:06PM
Experts: Install .ani patch immediately

Experts: Install .ani patch immediately

Security experts are urging Australian IT administrators to immediately install Microsoft’s out-of-cycle patch released last week, to prevent the spread of the critical .ani cursor vulnerability.
Apr 10 2007 11:19AM
Despite patch, Microsoft ANI exploits attack through the weekend

Despite patch, Microsoft ANI exploits attack through the weekend

Six days removed from Microsoft's emergency fix for the dangerous ANI handling vulnerability, spammers are turning to an old friend to get their scams to the masses.
Apr 10 2007 11:01AM
Britney Spears photos used as ANI exploit lure

Britney Spears photos used as ANI exploit lure

Count a website touting racy photos of former pop diva Britney Spears as one of about 450 that are hosting the dangerous ANI exploit, patched on Tuesday by Microsoft in an emergency release.
Apr 5 2007 10:00AM
Microsoft releases early .ANI fix

Microsoft releases early .ANI fix

Microsoft has released an out-of-cycle fix - one week before its scheduled Patch Tuesday release - for numerous vulnerabilities in Graphics Device Interface (GDI) that could allow remote code execution.
Apr 4 2007 9:48AM
Microsoft to release ANI patch a week early

Microsoft to release ANI patch a week early

Microsoft announced on Sunday that it will release an out-of-band patch to fix a vulnerability in Windows Animated Cursor Handling (ANI) that some security experts are calling one of the most significant flaws in years.
Apr 3 2007 10:13AM
Variety of malware attacks Windows ANI flaw

Variety of malware attacks Windows ANI flaw

A worm spotted by Symantec early this week and a proof-of-concept exploit for a fully patched Vista operating system are among the malware attacking the dangerous vulnerability in Microsoft Windows animated cursor handling (ANI).
Apr 3 2007 10:04AM
eEye releases third-party patch for Windows .ani handling flaw

eEye releases third-party patch for Windows .ani handling flaw

Attacks exploiting a critical unpatched Windows vulnerability were today linked to Chinese hackers and the February cross-site scripting attack on the website of Dolphins Stadium, the site of Super Bowl XLI.
Apr 2 2007 1:43AM

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