Microsoft tweaks IIS patch

Thursday, 20 July 2006, 1:44 AM EST

Microsoft has tweaked one of the security updates it released last week, after customers reported installation problems.

The issues affected MS06-034, which addressed a remote code execution flaw in IIS. Microsoft said in its bulletin that attackers could exploit the vulnerability in its Web server software by constructing a specially crafted Active Server Pages .asp file, potentially allowing remote code execution if the IIS processes the specially crafted file.

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