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Windows exploit worsens as stop-gap measures fill in for official patch

Update: Microsoft has promised an official fix on January 10, following its normal "patch Tuesday" schedule. Microsoft and Gartner have both cautioned users about the unofficial patch, both because of its outsider status and because it will have to be uninstalled when the official patch is installed. Of course, anyone whose system is being affected has no other recourse until January 10.
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Source:wistechnology.com By Jason Stitt 01/02/06


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