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On Monday I told you, in vague terms, what to expect from this month's Microsoft batch of patches.

In all, over 20 holes are now presumably plugged with the help of a dozen fixes.

A couple of fixes took a bit longer than IT would like. A problem with the Windows Shell graphics processor that came to light last year is just now getting repaired. And an existing IE flaw that lets hackers embed malicious libraries in HTML files also got fixed. The third critical fix fills a hole in the Windows OpenType Compact Font Format Driver

Posted by Doug Barney on 02/09/2011 at 1:18 PM


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