Microsoft finally re issues botched Explorer patch
Microsoft has reissued a critical security update for Explorer, two days later than planned.
The reissued patch is important because it "fully resolves" a serious security bug Microsoft introduced with the original update, released on 8 August.
Microsoft acknowledged that there were problems with its update soon after it was issued. Websites that used HTTP1.1 compression to speed up the downloading of images could cause the browser to fail and users of Web-based applications such as PeopleSoft, Siebel, and Sage CRM had problems with the software. Techworld.com - Microsoft finally re-issues botched Explorer patch
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