Spoofing hole found in Internet Explorer
A BUG IN Internet Explorer has been discovered which allows ID spoofing.
Secunia describes the vulnerability as "moderately critical".
According to a bulletin, the hole allows users to be tricked into revealing information, or to download and run bad software on systems.
Because an arbitrary "fully qualified domain name" is displayed in the address bar, which differs from the real address.
That could lead people to think a site can be trusted.
Yesterday Microsoft cancelled a monthly security check for its software, according to Neowin.
The Secunia bulletin is here: