Microsoft to issue five security fixes

Friday, 7 April 2006, 12:34 AM EST

Microsoft today said it plans to issue at least five free software updates next week to fix security flaws in its Windows operating system and other software products.

At least one of the updates will carry a "critical" rating, which Microsoft assigns to flaws that could be used by attackers or automated computer worms to take over vulnerable computers without any action on the part of the user.

At Security Fix.

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