Microsoft delays re-issue of IE patch

Wednesday, 23 August 2006, 12:43 PM EST

Microsoft has pushed back the re-release of a buggy Internet Explorer (IE) security update, saying that the quality of its software is still not up to snuff.

The critical update, originally released on August 8, had been causing Microsoft's browser to crash while running some Web-based applications. On Tuesday researchers disclosed that the software actually introduced a new critical vulnerability to IE.

At InfoWorld.

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