Microsoft releases massive set of security updates
Written by Daniel   
Wednesday, 13 February 2008 11:31
 This month's Patch Tuesday bundle fixes 17 flaws, including four vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer that should take top priority

By Robert McMillan, IDG News Service
February 12, 2008
InfoWorld

Microsoft released 11 security updates Tuesday to fix critical flaws in its products, including a publicly known ActiveX bug that affects users of the Visual FoxPro database. In total, 17 individual software flaws were patched in the updates. Microsoft rates six updates as critical, meaning they should be installed as soon as possible, while the remaining five updates are considered "important." Last month was an easier month on IT administrators, when Microsoft released just two updates. [More...]  [Comments...]
 

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