Use-after-free vulnerability in the Peer Objects component (aka
iepeers.dll) in Microsoft Internet Explorer 6, 6 SP1, and 7 allows
remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via vectors involving
access to an invalid pointer after the deletion of an object, as
exploited in the wild in March 2010, aka "Uninitialized Memory
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