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Apr 1 2001   Microsoft Internet Explorer Can Be Made to Execute Arbitrary Files on the User's Computer
Mar 31 2001   Microsoft Internet Explorer Allows Malicious Web Pages to Retrieve Files from the User's Computer
Mar 30 2001   Re: Microsoft Internet Explorer May Automatically Execute Certain E-mail Attachments
Mar 30 2001   Microsoft Internet Explorer May Automatically Execute Certain E-mail Attachments
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


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