No Microsoft security patches today, but two Vista fixes released
As promised, Microsoft Corp. did not unveil any security fixes today. But it did push out several other patches it deemed "high priority," including two for Windows Vista.
The last time Microsoft went a month without releasing security fixes was September 2005.
Among the four updates Microsoft pegged as "non-security, high-priority" today were the usual monthly revamp of the Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool and new signatures for the Outlook 2003 and Outlook 2007 antispam filters.
One Vista-specific update was also on the list, as was another that affected both XP and Vista. No Microsoft security patches today, but two Vista fixes released
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