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List of Unpatched Windows Flaws Grows

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The list of unpatched security vulnerabilities in products embedded in the Microsoft Windows operating system just got longer.

Researchers at eEye Digital Security have flagged another high-severity flaw affecting users of two widely used Microsoft Corp. products-the Internet Explorer browser and the Windows Media Player application.

In all, eEye's "upcoming advisories" page lists seven unfixed flaws, all carrying a high-severity rating because of the remote code execution possibilities. Two of the seven vulnerabilities are more than 100 days overdue and affect the dominant IE browser.

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