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Microsoft probes Windows DoS flaw June 2, 2006 Newly discovered vulnerability could cause certain Windows applications to crash if a user clicks on an overly long Web link.
Adobe fixes PDF reader flaws July 12, 2006 If left unpatched, vulnerabilities in Adobe Systems' PDF reader software could put Windows, Mac users at risk of cyberattack.
Microsoft patches 20 security flaws February 13, 2007 Microsoft on Tuesday released fixes for 20 vulnerabilities in a variety of products, including one that is part of Windows Vista.
Another zero-day threat hits Windows September 29, 2006 Sample code that exploits a yet-to-be-fixed Windows flaw is circulating. Microsoft plans to deal with it on the next Patch Tuesday.
Porn sites exploit new IE flaw September 19, 2006 Unpatched IE security flaw can install malicious software via rigged Web sites, including porn sites.
Microsoft reveals 'critical' flaw July 24, 2003 The software giant issues another passel of warnings about security holes, including a "critical" flaw that affects most Windows PCs.
Windows, Exchange flaws patched May 9, 2006 Trio of security updates includes two for critical flaws in Exchange e-mail server and third-party software in Windows.
Attackers dig into zero-day flaw November 7, 2006 Limited attacks are already emerging for the "extremely critical" flaw in ActiveX Control, Microsoft acknowledges.
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