Microsoft fixes 'critical' flaws
Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 11 April 2007 07:45

From the BBC:

Windows users are being urged to download the latest security patches from Microsoft to protect themselves.

In its monthly security update Microsoft released five patches, four of which are for flaws the software firm rates as "critical".

Flaws given this rating are so serious that they could be used to hijack a Windows PC without a user's knowledge.

The update includes a new version of a patch released in early April that had been causing problems for some users.

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