IE6 more vulnerable to unpatched Microsoft flaw, Symantec says

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    A vulnerability in as-yet-unpatched Microsoft Corp. software poses a more severe threat to Internet Explorer 6 users than it does to those using a newer version of the browser, security vendor Symantec Corp. has warned.

    The flaw in Microsoft's Access database software came to light just as Microsoft issued its patches for the month on July 8. The problem is within the Snapshot Viewer ActiveX control, which allows someone to see an Access report without launching the software.

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