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Patch Tuesday: Microsoft Fixes 'Critical' Flaws / Infopackets.com

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Patch Tuesday: Microsoft Fixes 'Critical' Flaws / Infopackets.com
 As part of its monthly Patch Tuesday security update, yesterday Microsoft released several fixes for its various software products. At the top of the list: fixes for five security flaws that could allow hackers to bypass system security and take remote control of a computer.
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