Windows zero day flaw gets a fix
Microsoft on Tuesday issued five security bulletins with fixes for eight flaws, including a "critical" zero day vulnerability in Windows that also affects Vista.
Four of the security bulletins released as part of Microsoft's monthly patch cycle address problems in Windows. Three are tagged "critical," Microsoft's highest severity rating, while the other is pegged "important," a notch lower. The most serious rating is for bugs that could cause a computer to be fully compromised with little, if any, user action. Windows zero-day flaw gets a fix | CNET News.com
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