Microsoft offers patches for seven 'critical' flaws

Wednesday, 15 November 2006, 12:50 AM EST

Microsoft released six security bulletins detailing patches for nine separate flaws. Seven were rated "critical" by the company, while the other two were rated "important."

The most dangerous of the vulnerabilities in this month's batch is a flaw in Microsoft's Workstation Service memory, according to security vendor Symantec Corp.

At Computerworld.

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