Microsoft fixes record 26 security holes

Wednesday, 11 October 2006, 9:13 AM EST

Microsoft today issued a record-breaking number of security updates, fixing at least 26 separate security holes in its Windows operating system and other products, including 16 vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office and Office components.

This is the largest number of flaws Microsoft has fixed in one go outside of a Service Pack.

At SecurityFix.

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