Microsoft Issued Seven Updates to Patch Vulnerabilities in Windows Components
On June 10, 2008, the leading software giant, Microsoft, announced that it issued seven security updates, three of them are "critical" to fix components of Windows, like Internet Explorer (IE), Bluetooth and DirectX.
After receiving several complaints from the users, Microsoft took the action. But for updating the vulnerabilities, users will have to install the recent versions from the company's site. The critical flaws could enable a hacker to execute harmful code that could take hold of user's system or close down the system completely.
Both the IE and DirectX updates rectify the flaws that could infect Windows 2000, Windows Vista, Internet Explorer 7, Windows Server 2003 and 2008 and Windows XP. Also, the Bluetooth bulletin infects Vista and Windows XP. Further...
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