Hackers already exploiting XP flaws

Wednesday, 13 July 2005, 1:56 PM EST

Microsoft has issued a warning that two of the upgrades in this month's software patch release fix flaws that are actively being exploited on the web.

The company announced last week that it would release two fixes for Windows and one for Office. All the patches have the company's highest 'critical' security rating.

By Tom Sanders at PCW.

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