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Six Flaws Fixed

Plus, Jave goes open source, Visual Studio to come with obfuscation tools and more.

Today is a special day. My daughter Lauren turned 18 (she can now buy lottery tickets and cigarettes, and apparently doesn't have to listen to her father, or so she tells me). It's also patch Tuesday, a tradition that, while not 18, sure feels like it!

Today's fixes may focus on XML Core Services, which is being hacked as we speak, as well as Visual Studio. Besides miscellaneous Windows fixes, there's also a new rev of the Malicious Software Removal Tool (does this remove malicious software, or maliciously remove software?).

Posted by Doug Barney on 11/14/2006 at 1:15 PM


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