Video: Microsoft responds to Pwn2Own IE hack

Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC) director Mike Reavey talks about the CanSecWest Pwn2Own challenge that saw a successful exploit of two zero-day vulnerabilities in the Internet Explorer 9 browser.

Just moments after researchers from VUPEN used two zero-day vulnerabilities to hack into the Internet Explorer 9 browser, I caught up with Mike Reavey, senior director in the Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC) to get his response to the attack and some information on what happens next.

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