Microsoft issues first patches for Vista
Microsoft confirmed Tuesday that two of the 12 security bulletins issued last week affect Windows Vista Beta 2, the widely used preview, and posted download instructions for the first security updates to its next generation operating system.
"We are committed to releas[ing] Windows Vista updates for all MSRC [Microsoft Security Response Centre] critical class issues that may arise during the beta testing period," wrote Alex Heaton, product manager for the Windows Vista security team, on the group's blog.
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