Microsoft updates code removal tool, passes on patches
Microsoft released a new version of a software tool that removes infections from common computer viruses and worms, but held off from issuing any software patches Tuesday.
The company said that testing of security patches and quality control kept it from releasing any security updates in March, just one month after it barraged customers with 12 security updates to fix 16 vulnerabilities in Windows, Microsoft Office and other products.
By Paul Roberts at InfoWorld.
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