Microsoft Patch Causing Lockups, Crashes
One Microsoft security patch released this week is causing Internet Explorer lock-ups, Windows hangs and system crashes for some IT administrators and partners.
MS06-015 is one of five patches Microsoft released Tuesday to correct, among other things, a "critical" Windows Explorer vulnerability that hackers could use to execute code remotely.
But that security patch contains a new file — named Verclsid.exe — that conflicts with Hewlett-Packard printers, scanners and cameras, one Microsoft security official acknowledged on Microsoft's online technical support site. CRN Microsoft Security Patch Causes IE, WinXP Lockups, Crashes|
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