Security fixes in Microsoft's "Patch Tuesday"

Friday, 9 June 2006, 12:38 PM EST

Microsoft's next scheduled monthly patch update is Tuesday, June 13, and with it will come a number of security fixes for Windows as well as updates to other Microsoft products.

The update will feature nine Microsoft Security Bulletins affecting Microsoft Windows, at least one of which is critical. One patch will change how Internet Explorer handles ActiveX controls, the results of a lawsuit, not a security problem.

At internetnews.

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