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Microsoft refuses to fix a known flaw in Internet Explorer 11, and so HP is raising the stakes by publishing proof-of-concept code that could be used to attack to weakness.

Last year HP’s highly regarded Zero Day Initiative group found a bug in Internet Explorer 11’s Address Space Layout Randomization (ASLR) routine and reported it to Microsoft.

HP went public with the flaw in February, when it announced that HP researchers Brian Gorenc, AbdulAziz Hariri, and Simon Zuckerbraun had received a $125,000 bug bounty from Microsoft. According to HP:

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