Microsoft has announced a scripting vulnerability affecting Windows 2000, XP and Server 2003 users using Internet Explorer. A dialog pop-up that convinces the user to hit F1, the commonly known "Help" button, could then run code on the machine, which would lead to, well, all kinds of unfortunate things. A patch will arrive, but in the meantime, let no website direct you to call for help. Original image via Tom's Guide. [Microsoft TechNet via Gizmodo]
Don't Hit F1 In Windows If A Website Asks You To
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