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21 May 2007, 17:24

Opera 9.21 closes security hole

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Software vendor Opera has released a new version of its browser. A security flaw in its download manager has now been remedied. Attackers can exploit the flaw to cause a buffer overflow and inject malicious code by means of a specially crafted torrent file. Only the Windows version of Opera is vulnerable. The update also corrects a few additional flaws. For details, see the change log.


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