“Microsoft published 10 software security advisories on Tuesday, warning Windows users and corporate administrators of 22 new flaws that affect the company’s products,” Robert Lemos reports for CNET News. “The advisories, and patches published with the bulletins, range from an ‘important’ flaw affecting only Microsoft Windows NT Server to a collection of eight security holes, including three rated ‘critical,’ that leave Internet Explorer open to attack. Microsoft’s highest severity rating for software flaws is its ‘critical’ ranking, while “important” is considered slightly less severe. One flaw, in Microsoft Excel, even affects Apple Computer’s Mac OS X.”
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