Don't Hold Your Breath for a MS DNS Hole Patch
Microsoft says it hopes to patch the hole in its Domain Name System Server which is now leaving vulnerable PCs open to a worm attack by "no later" than Patch Tuesday in May.
Microsoft teams are working around the world and around the clock to get a fix out for the May 8 security bulletin release, the MSRC's Christopher Budd wrote in the security center's blog on Tuesday night.
Budd said that Microsoft teams are now developing and testing 133 separate updates, including one in every language for every currently supported version of Windows servers. Security Watch - Exploits and Attacks - Don't Hold Your Breath for a MS DNS Hole Patch
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