Another Internet Explorer Security Bug

Eeek! Saw it on the Slashdot today... Another Internet Explorer Security Bug being discovered, and this time it is the Back Button. When the Back button was hit, Javascript in the previous page can be executed with the previledge of the last URL. If the current URL is a local file, an internal resource, or any URL in the local security zone that grants the embeded scripts with no restriction, then the previous URL can potentially format your harddrive, read your local document file, or plant a trojan horse on your box when you hit 'Back'. Well done Microsoft!

Too bad that I've missed out this feature because I am using Mozilla to browse the web most of the time. Well, I might be mised out, but I won't be missing it :)