Microsoft rushes out 'critical' fix
Microsoft issued a "critical" security fix for Windows on Tuesday, two weeks before its scheduled release date.
The company is breaking with its monthly patch cycle to fix a flaw that cybercrooks have been using to attack Windows PCs via Internet Explorer. Malicious software can be loaded, unbeknownst to the user, onto a vulnerable Windows PC when the user clicks on a malicious link on a Web site or in an e-mail message. Microsoft rushes out 'critical' fix | CNET News.com
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