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Microsoft Windows MHTML
All supported versions of Microsoft Windows
The Microsoft Windows MHTML interpreter contains a vulnerability in the way it parses content blocks within a document viewed by Internet Explorer. An attacker may inject a client-side script which runs in the context of the target's browser, leading to possible information disclosure.
Information disclosure. This vulnerability may allow an attacker who has successfully injected a script to perform actions on behalf of the user on a website, disclose information (cookies, passwords) and possibly spoof content.
Apply appropriate patch from MS11-026.
- 1.28.2011 - Public Information Released
- 4.12.2011 - Vender Patch Released
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