Microsoft gets back on the patch train for April

Friday, 6 April 2007, 1:46 AM EST

Microsoft is preparing to release five security bulletins on Tuesday 10 April as part of its regular patch release cycle.

The Windows operating system will receive a four bulletins with a highest severity rating of critical. The remaining bulletin affects a critical flaw in Microsoft's Content Management Server. Each bulletin addresses one or more vulnerabilities.

At vnunet.

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