Microsoft pulls three shonky Outlook patches

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Microsoft's broken Outlook patches withdrawn due to 'issues'
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Microsoft's broken Outlook patches withdrawn due to 'issues'

KB3191849, KB3213654 and KB401042 all withdrawn due to a series of bugs - unless you had auto-updates turned on

Microsoft has withdrawn three patches intended to fix security flaws in its Outlook email client as a result of a series of bugs. These include KB4011042, issued on 5 July, which was intended as an...

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