Microsoft takes third shot at buggy security patch

Thursday, 14 September 2006, 10:56 AM EST

Microsoft Corp. just can't seem to shake problems with its MS06-042 update for Internet Explorer.

On Tuesday, Microsoft was forced to release its third version of the update because of a new security bug discovered in the update, according to Tony Chor, a group program manager with Microsoft.

At InfoWorld.

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