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June 13, 2006 at 11:15 AM

Windows patch time

Today’s weather in Seattle is perfect for updating a PC, and Microsoft obliged with its monthly batch up of security patches. Put on a pot of coffee and start downloading. Eight of the 12 patches are rated “critical.”

You’d think Microsoft would have this sorted out, but as of 11:20 this morning, if you went to www.microsoft.com/security and clicked on “this month’s updates” you’d get information on the May updates, not the June updates released today. To go straight to the June updates, go here.

Comments | Topics: Microsoft, Security & privacy

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