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Microsoft issues emergency 'Google attack' patch

Seattle - Microsoft on Thursday released a patch to protect users of its Internet Explorer browser from attacks similar to those directed at Google operations in China last week.

The world's largest software company, which said hackers targeting Google and at least 20 other companies in China exploited a weakness in its browser, said its new patch was "critical" and people should apply it as soon as possible.

Microsoft to distribute third party patches

Copenhagen - Secunia on Wednesday announced that their authenticated internal vulnerability scanner, the Corporate Software Inspector (CSI) 4.0, has been integrated with Microsoft Windows Server Update Service (WSUS) and System Centre Configuration Manager (SCCM) providing simplified patch management of Microsoft as well as third party programs.

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