Microsoft issued one of its biggest-ever security fixes on
Tuesday, including repairs to its Windows operating system and
Internet Explorer browser.
Microsoft's two of the new patches were of the highest priority
(critical) and should be deployed immediately to protect users
from potential attacks on Windows and Internet Explorer. These
are related to Internet Explorer and the OpenType Font (OTF)
The company also repaired other less serious security weaknesses
in Windows, along with security problems in its Office software
for PCs and Microsoft Exchange email software.
Altogether, Microsoft released 17 security patches to address 40
problems in its products.
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