Microsoft Security Advisory 2757760
Vulnerability in Internet Explorer Could Allow Remote Code Execution
Published: September 17, 2012 | Updated: September 21, 2012
Microsoft has completed the investigation into public reports of this vulnerability. We have issued MS12-063 to address this issue. For more information about this issue, including download links for an available security update, please review MS12-063. The vulnerability addressed is the execCommand Use After Free Vulnerability - CVE-2012-4969.
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- V1.0 (September 17, 2012): Advisory published.
- V1.1 (September 18, 2012): Assigned Common Vulnerability and Exposure number CVE-2012-4969 to the issue. Also corrected instructions in the EMET workaround.
- V1.2 (September 19, 2012): Added link to Microsoft Fix it solution, "Prevent Memory Corruption via ExecCommand in Internet Explorer," that prevents exploitation of this issue.
- V2.0 (September 21, 2012): Advisory updated to reflect publication of security bulletin.
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