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VULNERABILITIES - Microsoft pushes Windows Web bug patch to everyone
Microsoft today released its latest emergency patch to its Windows Update distribution service, making good on a promise earlier this week.
On Tuesday, Microsoft shipped a fix for a flaw in the ASP.Net Web site and application framework that let attackers steal important data from Web servers, including account usernames and passwords.
At the time, the fix was only available from Microsoft's download site, which forced server administrators to manually retrieve and install the update.
That caused some confusion among IT professionals and prompted them to bombard the company with questions.
Date: 30 September 2010
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