The "DSO Exploit" (Data Source Object) was first reported by GreyMagic Software of Israel on February 27, 2002 and a "workaround" for Microsoft's defective code was provided by Axel Pettinger and Garland Hopkins on March 3, 2002. Their fix requires the user to manually edit the registry. Many computer users are extremely nervous (and justifiably so) about doing this, owing to years of warnings and advisories not to. This FREE utility will safely do it for those who do not feel confident running and editing "Regedit." DSOstop is freeware, and it's available now: http://www.nsclean.com/freebies.html (Thanks to wilders.org - mirror online now!) The original Greymagic advisory is at: http://security.greymagic.com/adv/gm001-ie/ We will have more mirrors in the coming days. Get DSOstop now (or modify your registry) and protect yourself!