The code could be used to redirect users to a hacker-owned web page that could trick them into divulging their Hotmail passwords. Once the user revisits their Inbox, the hacker can then read or delete email or send new messages under the user's name.
Microsoft has said it is investigating the new exploit, but has yet to comment further.
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