As of today, there has been 3 vulnerabilities found on Microsoft’s newly released Internet browser, unfortunately by default it is the most famous browser, Internet Explorer 7. IE7 was only released last more than a week ago and not a day passed and the Denmark based Secunia has already released its first vulnerabilityfor this product. TMIRT reported this in our blog. Since then they have posted 2 more vulnerabilities, one on Popup Address Bar Spoofing and another one which was posted yesterday, a sort of halloween treat of Secunia for Microsoft, a Window Injection Vulnerability.
Although according to their rating, all the three vulnerabilites are not that critical, they still pose as a threat to users, while Microsoft atests that this is the most secure release of IE7, these vulnerabilities might beg to differ. Hopefully Microsoft will include fixes for these things on their november release for their monthly releases so this actually means it is again a busy night for us here at TrendLabs on the 14th of November.