Microsoft to issue critical security patch next week as infections rise

Wednesday, 4 January 2006, 2:22 PM EST

Microsoft plans to issue a critical security patch next Tuesday that is designed to fix a graphics Windows flaw that came to light over the Christmas period.

The flaw allows attackers to take over a userís machine by distributing specially crafted files from malicious websites.

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