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Microsoft Windows: CVE-2017-0012: Microsoft Browser Spoofing Vulnerability

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Microsoft Windows: CVE-2017-0012: Microsoft Browser Spoofing Vulnerability

Severity
4
CVSS
(AV:N/AC:M/Au:N/C:N/I:P/A:N)
Published
03/14/2017
Created
07/25/2018
Added
03/14/2017
Modified
06/10/2024

Description

Microsoft Internet Explorer 11 and Microsoft Edge allow remote attackers to spoof web content via a crafted web site, aka "Microsoft Browser Spoofing Vulnerability." This vulnerability is different from those described in CVE-2017-0033 and CVE-2017-0069.

Solution(s)

  • microsoft-windows-windows_10-1507-kb4012606
  • microsoft-windows-windows_10-1511-kb4013198
  • microsoft-windows-windows_10-1607-kb4013429
  • msft-kb4012204-08c15f91-907c-4c57-b21e-8c3fb2b596bb
  • msft-kb4012204-11d8c304-ead4-405b-a3fe-4d8bbefde195
  • msft-kb4012204-392767f0-f15f-4f4d-97b5-ed8af4fd39f8
  • msft-kb4012204-44b0c526-edde-46e9-b82d-d89ca970102d
  • msft-kb4012204-48a4c019-d40c-4f79-9427-ecae23510b73
  • msft-kb4012204-4b361c4c-88b1-4d65-b92f-b82e1e8c08af
  • msft-kb4012204-57271dfa-d8a5-46eb-b88e-9faba2ad8f02
  • msft-kb4012204-7f25601b-4add-4cf4-9eda-959a62438719
  • msft-kb4012204-80105fad-b280-4c2b-96f0-9c162afebd79
  • msft-kb4012204-a5ffc36c-7bfa-4ca5-9c8a-38aba47411c6
  • msft-kb4012204-acc1e62c-5388-4bed-94e4-dd7e5b9259a2
  • msft-kb4012204-b7d9cf1c-c1af-4b40-af7a-f5db8136915f
  • msft-kb4012204-c08dffeb-7076-48f6-90de-8d27c54ca6b4
  • msft-kb4012204-ca98b8bc-20d4-4e95-a999-1464eb6c1996
  • msft-kb4012204-d0657af6-edbe-498f-a2f1-f32b59086292
  • msft-kb4012204-d9aaa579-8022-4612-93cd-ea879911cc09
  • msft-kb4013429-74b1fe65-bd6b-4b76-a624-8674748898f2

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