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Sunday, September 26, 2004
 
Google Toolbar New Version Fixes Security Vulnerability
Version 2.0.114.5 of the Google Toolbar is out, and google-blog.dirson.com says it fixes the vulnerabilities that everybody was going crazy about last week. Of course, you'll see no evidence of the new version on Google's web site, and the toolbar itself, which claims to be self-updating, doesn't appear updated on my system. Guess we have to take Google at its word again.

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I guess I half-errantly reported that there was not a problem from remote attack. If you have IE6-SP1 installed, then you have no problems (or if you have the new version of the Google Toolbar of course).

If your machine is not patched with SP1 or SP2 though, then you are open to remote attacks.
 
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