Microsoft to patch serious Windows security flaw in today's Patch Tuesday update

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Microsoft will release January's Patch Tuesday round of updates late on 14th January
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Microsoft will release January's Patch Tuesday round of updates late on 14th January

Flaw in crypt32.dll file that handles core cryptographic functions in Windows' CryptoAPI so serious users have been urged to patch straightaway

Microsoft is planning to fix a major security flaw in all versions of Windows in January's Patch Tuesday round of updates. Users have been urged to patch straightaway or risk falling victim to exploits...

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