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Apr 23 2001   Opera Web Browser May Execute Files Selected for Download Instead of Prompting the User for Approval
Apr 21 2001   (Progeny Releases Fix) Re: Netscape 4.76 Browser May Execute Arbitrary Javascript Code that Could Disclose Recently Visited Web URLs
Apr 21 2001   (Vendor Releases Revised Fix) Re: Microsoft Internet Explorer with Services for Unix 2.0 Can Create Malicious Files on the User's Host
Apr 21 2001   Microsoft Internet Explorer and Outlook Express May Execute Arbitrary Code Without User Authorization or Intervention
Apr 18 2001   Microsoft Internet Explorer May Not Display File Extensions in Certain Cases
Apr 17 2001   (Connectiva Releases Fix) Re: Netscape 4.76 Browser May Execute Arbitrary Javascript Code that Could Disclose Recently Visited Web URLs
Apr 17 2001   (Immunix Releases Fix) Re: Netscape 4.76 Browser May Execute Arbitrary Javascript Code that Could Disclose Recently Visited Web URLs
Apr 17 2001   (RedHat Releases New Packages) Re: Netscape 4.76 Browser May Execute Arbitrary Javascript Code that Could Disclose Recently Visited Web URLs
Apr 14 2001   Netscape's SmartDownload Can Automatically Execute Arbitrary Code Without User Intervention or Knowledge for Both Netscape and Microsoft Browsers
Apr 11 2001   (Fixed Version Available for Red Hat Linux) Re: Netscape 4.76 Browser May Execute Arbitrary Javascript Code that Could Disclose Recently Visited Web URLs
Apr 10 2001   Netscape 4.76 Browser May Execute Arbitrary Javascript Code that Could Disclose Recently Visited Web URLs
Apr 3 2001   (Author Follows Up) Re: E-Mail Clients that use Microsoft Internet Explorer to Process HTML May Disguise Executable Attachments as Data Files
Apr 3 2001   (Vendor Responds) Re: E-Mail Clients that use Microsoft Internet Explorer to Process HTML May Disguise Executable Attachments as Data Files
Apr 3 2001   E-Mail Clients that use Microsoft Internet Explorer to Process HTML May Disguise Executable Attachments as Data Files
Apr 1 2001   Microsoft Internet Explorer Can Be Made to Execute Arbitrary Files on the User's Computer
Mar 29 2001   (Vendor Fix Available) Re: Microsoft Internet Explorer Does Not Check for Revoked Digital Certificates (Two Fraudlent Certificates Are Known to Exist)
Mar 28 2001   Microsoft Internet Explorer Is Vulnerable to Malicious Web Pages That May Obtain the User's Exchange E-mail Messages and May Access Restricted Web Server Directory Listings
Mar 23 2001   (Microsoft Issues Bulletin) Re: Microsoft Internet Explorer Does Not Check for Revoked Digital Certificates (Two Fraudlent Certificates Are Known to Exist)
Mar 23 2001   (CIAC Issues Bulletin) Re: Microsoft Internet Explorer Does Not Check for Revoked Digital Certificates (Two Fraudlent Certificates Are Known to Exist)
Mar 23 2001   Microsoft Internet Explorer Does Not Check for Revoked Digital Certificates (Two Fraudlent Certificates Are Known to Exist)
Mar 15 2001   Microsoft Internet Explorer with Services for Unix 2.0 Can Create Malicious Files on the User's Host
Jan 16 2001   Netscape 4.76 for UNIX Still Vulnerable to Previous Bug that Could Execute Arbitrary Code on the Browser


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