Microsoft Says Windows Program Has `Critical' Security Flaw

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  1. Prince_Serendip

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    Microsoft Says Windows Program Has `Critical' Security Flaw

    Redmond, Washington, Aug. 29 12:21 (Bloomberg) -- Microsoft Corp. said all versions of the Windows operating system released since 1996 have a serious security flaw that could prevent users from being able to encrypt e-mail and use some Web sites.

    The world's largest software maker called the vulnerability ``critical,'' its most serious rating for such flaws, in an e- mailed security bulletin. The company encouraged users to download a software patch to correct the glitch immediately.

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    :) Thanks, javacool! I went to MS but I couldn't find it. This helps a lot. Glad to see you are roving around the board again! (Please note that I was not aware of your previous post on this topic. Missed it somehow.)
     
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    Im really not surprised at all.
     
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