Microsoft patches break some Web sites

Friday, 4 November 2005, 3:25 AM EST

Two patches released by Microsoft earlier this year for its Internet Explorer browser may cause some Web sites not to load properly.

The bulletins, MS05-038 and MS05-052, removed "unsafe functionality" and change how the browser handles ActiveX controls for security reasons, Stephen Toulouse, a program manager in Microsoft's security unit.

By Jeremy Kirk at InfoWorld.

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