Microsoft fixes critical bugs in Explorer and Windows

Stuart Sumner
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The bugs could allow hackers to remote-access users' machines if left unpatched

Microsoft has released a series of patches designed to fix critical security flaws in its Internet Explorer and Windows platforms, amongst others. In the software giant's February patch release,...

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