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Spoofed urls in IE: a vulnerability -- or an issue?

Microsoft is rejecting claims by a German security researcher that a spoofing technique discovered in Internet Explorer is a security vulnerability -- even as the company acknowledges it as a security issue. Whatever you want to call it, Outlook Express is also affected.
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Microsoft is rejecting claims by a German security researcher that a spoofing technique discovered in Internet Explorer is a security vulnerability -- even as the company acknowledges it as a security issue. Whatever you want to call it, Outlook Express is also affected.

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