Microsoft initially released corrupted IE patch

Thursday, 11 August 2005, 5:15 AM EST

The patch for Internet Explorer that Microsoft on Tuesday urged users to install as soon as possible was initially flawed, the company said.

Several of the Internet Explorer updates initially provided via the Download Center were corrupted, Microsoft officials said, and couldn't be installed.

By Gregg Keizer at InformationWeek.

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