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Patch Times 9

If you thought last month's Patch Tuesday was unusually busy, get ready for tomorrow -- which will, likewise, boast a bevy of patches.

Some experts are waiting to see if Microsoft does anything new with the recently disclosed DLL Hijacking problem for which there is a workaround but, apparently, no patch.

XP SP2 users shouldn't hold their breath waiting for fixes. Last month Microsoft stopped patching that version and is aggressively pushing users to move to SP3.

Posted by Doug Barney on 09/13/2010 at 1:18 PM


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