ICQ client and toolbar vulnerabilities



Sans brings this from AOL, advising of vulnerabilities in the ICQ client and the ICQ toolbar for IE. The latest version of ICQ client is 5.1 and is claimed to not be vulnerable. (Toolbar version 1.3 is said to be vulnerable as well. No more recent version of that is available – you might consider disabling the toolbar.)

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