Microsoft preps critical Windows, Exchange patches

Monday, 8 May 2006, 1:34 AM EST

Microsoft on Tuesday plans to release three patches for several of its software products, including at least two critical updates for known vulnerabilities, according to the company's monthly security update.

Microsoft plans to release one critical patch for its Microsoft Exchange messaging server and two patches, at least one of which is critical, for Windows.

At Network World.

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