That's right another gaping hole in a microsoft product. I'm no software development expert, but doesn't there need to be some kind of security/code checks in the process of developing flagship products like Internet Explorer?
From the article "The possibilities are endless [on how to exploit this flaw in IE], and since both spoof issues appear to be unfixable, it must surely place a big question mark over Explorer's viability as a browser."
Makes me want to switch to Apple and Safari. We'll see.