Microsoft is to release a full beta version of its latest Internet Explorer browser next month just as reports surface of a bug in the current release.
The security hole could allow a malicious Web site operator to bypass the browser?s security settings and infiltrate a company?s Intranet.
The bug strikes when an IP address is recalculated to a single number. As IE4 recognises addresses without full stops, or dots, as an Intranet, users who have set their IE4 security zones to the lower ?Intranet? is vulnerable.
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