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scriptlet

A reusable HTML and script element introduced by Microsoft starting with Internet Explorer 4.0. It enables an HTML or script fragment to be downloaded once, maintained in a cache and referenced over and over by different HTML pages and scripts.
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Both of this worm's variants take advantage of a well-known breach in Internet Explorer's (Scriptlet TypeLib) security system.
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XML-like tags and scriptlets written in the Java programming language,
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