Microsoft has released two optional security updates, including one that affects many versions of Windows, on Tuesday, in addition to the eight security bulletins it had previously announced.
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Microsoft has now re-deployed a Windows security update that was first launched earlier this month as part of its "Patch Tuesday" release after the original version caused problems with Windows users.
The Chinese company Qihoo has been accused by that country's government of tricking people into downloading its software, including one which Qihoo tried to label as a Microsoft security update.
Apple has finally patched and revealed the details of the exploit that Charlie Miller used at Pwn2Own 2010 to gain access to a Macbook running Snow Leopard. Users can download Security Update 2010-003 through Software...
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