Patch Tuesday resumes with 'critical' Windows fix
Microsoft on Tuesday plans to release five security bulletins, four of which will address Windows flaws.
The bulletins, part of Microsoft's monthly patch cycle, will provide fixes for an undisclosed number of security vulnerabilities, Microsoft said on its Web site Thursday.
Earlier this week, the company rushed out a "critical" patch for Windows that fixed seven flaws in the operating system, including one that is being used in cyberattacks. Patch Tuesday resumes with 'critical' Windows fix | CNET News.com
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