No Microsoft security bulletins planned for March?

Friday, 4 March 2005, 5:56 AM EST

After releasing 12 security bulletins in February, Microsoft has zero new security bulletins on tap for March.

Microsoft disclosed its plans not to release any bulletins on Thursday as part of its advance notification service, which warns users three business days ahead of time how many bulletins might be coming in that month's "Patch Tuesday."

By Scott Bekker at ENT.

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