Buffer overflow in URLMON.DLL in Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.01
through 6 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a
crafted URL with an International Domain Name (IDN) using double-byte
character sets (DBCS), aka the "Double Byte Character Parsing Memory
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BUGTRAQ:20060411 Microsoft Internet Explorer DBCS Remote Memory Corruption Vulnerability
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