Microsoft pushes out 'critical' security fixes

Wednesday, 13 October 2004, 1:21 PM EST

Microsoft has released 10 software security patches for its products, including seven it deemed critical and that could allow remote attackers to take control of systems running the company's software.

The software maker advised customers to download and install critical patches for a wide range of products as soon as possible, including its Windows operating system, Exchange e-mail server and Microsoft Office productivity software.

By Paul Roberts at Computer Weekly.

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