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Friday, January 05, 2007

Windows, Office to get 'critical' fixes

"As part of its monthly patch cycle, Microsoft plans to release on Tuesday eight security bulletins to plug holes in its software products.
The most serious problems are in the Windows operating system and Office productivity suite, Microsoft said in a heads-up on its Web site Thursday. Each of those two product families will get three security bulletins, some of which will be tagged as 'critical,' Microsoft's highest risk rating.
In addition, Microsoft in its advance notification separates out two more security bulletins, one for Windows and Visual Studio and one for Windows and Office. These will be rated 'important,' a notch lower on the the company's risk ranking. "
Windows, Office to get 'critical' fixes CNET News.com
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