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Microsoft flaws and patches

Date: June 14, 2006
By: Antony Savvas

The patches, part of Microsoft’s monthly scheduled patching cycle, address problems in the Windows operating system, the Office productivity suite and Windows Media Player. Most of the flaws potentially allow remote attackers to access users’ systems.

Four of the critical updates tackle security holes that can open up systems in all versions of Windows.

One is a cumulative update for the Internet Explorer browser, and another deals with a problem with Windows Media Player, versions 7.1, 9 and 10.

Another patch covers vulnerabilities in Microsoft Jscript, and a problem is also addressed in ART image rendering.
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