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 Post subject: Is Opus' Browser affected by new IE vulnerability?
PostPosted: September 22nd, 2012, 12:18 am 

Joined: November 12th, 2005, 1:56 am
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Location: SFBay Area
Opus: OpusPro v9.0x, & Evol.
OS: Vista32
System: Core 2 duo 2Ghz, RAM 3GB, Nvidia Go 7700 - laptop
I was just reading a news/alert about Internet Explorer vulnerability.
The NVD site (below) says IE6 to IE9, but Microsoft narrows that to IE7 to IE9.

But I am wondering if Opus' Browser engine has the same weakness. And if so, does the engine get repaired by Microsoft Security fixes?

Microsoft urges customers to install security tool Reuters – Mon, Sep 17, 2012 ... ector.html

National Vulnerability Database (NVD) ... -2012-4969

Microsoft EMET -- A toolkit for deploying and configuring security mitigation technologies ... x?id=29851

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BTW, since we're talking about Opus' use of the ActiveX Control / IE Browser engine.... has anyone heard of "Firebreath"?
I'll just note it here in case any of you see this as something DW can leverage to go wider, cross-platform --- in which case, please bring it to their attention.
FireBreath aims to be a cross-platform plugin architecture, targeting browsers that support NPAPI and Internet Explorer on Windows, Mac and Linux. ... pment-help

_good things come to those who wait(0)_

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