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Over the past few days, security engineers have warned that variations of the publicly-released Hydraq exploit are being engineered for later versions of Internet Explorer than the one targeted in the recently discovered wave of attacks against Google and others, IE6. One security researcher on the “good side,” Dino Dai Zovi, claimed on Twitter earlier today he has a functional derivative of Hydraq for IE7 and IE8…kind of. To make them work, two of Windows 7′s more celebrated security features — Address Space Load Randomization and Data Execution Prevention — have to be manually turned off first.

Still, the nearness of such an exploit to reality prompted Microsoft to release its out-of-band security update today, as promised yesterday, for IE6, IE7, and IE8. Separate update packages are currently being deployed through Windows Update, and are available for download now.

Microsoft Senior Security Program manager Jerry Bryant informed Betanews just moments ago that as of this moment it has only seen evidence of actual Hydraq attacks in the wild targeting IE6. However, as Bryant warned customers in a blog post yesterday, more than the Web browser may be theoretically vulnerable.

Specifically, earlier versions of other Microsoft software, including Outlook, Outlook Express, and Windows Live Mail that used the mshtml.dll rendering library for showing HTML e-mails, but whose default security states may have been turned off by users (for instance, enabling ActiveX controls), could be vulnerable. Those users may not be vulnerable, Bryant said, if their security configurations are left in their recommended states. Outlook 2007 uses a later version of the library, Bryant said, and is therefore not immediately vulnerable at all.

However, if mutants of Hydraq that work on IE7 and IE8 ever do get exploited in the wild, users without today’s IE patch installed (which addresses this shared rendering library as well) could be in trouble. Up until very recently, third parties answering reader and customer troubles about software incompatibilities they’ve encountered, have advised them to turn DEP off. continue read is a gadgets review with pics, graphics, photos, images, videos, something like that blog with visitors’ comments. The contents are uploaded by visitors or webmaster. All of the content on this blog (including pics, graphics, photos, images, videos, something else.) is covered under Canadian, US and international copyright and trademark laws. The information contained in this blog is for general information purposes only. All the pics, graphics, photographs, images, videos, etc., have been collected from various public sources including many web sites (blogs, etc.), considering to be in public domain. They are the property of their respective owners, including pictures, graphics, photos, images, videos, etc. doesn’t hold any copyright about these figures, graphics, photos, images, videos, etc. We make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to the website or the data, products, services, or related graphics contained on the site for any purpose. If you find any content, pictures, graphics, photographs, images, video recordings, and so on that you think shouldn’t be here, mail me a del tip.

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