Networking Snafu Gums Up Microsoft Security Patches
Networking problems today kept Microsoft from distributing its latest security patches to users of its automatic update services.
The updates, released at about 11 a.m. Pacific time, fix a whopping 26 vulnerabilities in Windows, Office, and the .Net framework. Many of the flaws involved are considered critical, but the fixes were still unavailable 4 hours later via many of Microsoft's most popular update services. Late in the day, the problem was corrected. PC World - Networking Snafu Gums Up Microsoft Security Patches
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