Microsoft Plans to Patch Five Vulnerabilities

Microsoft announced in its monthly Patch Tuesday preview that it plans to release security updates for five individual product vulnerabilities, including two critical issues. After failing to release any security patches in March 2007 and issuing a rare, out-of-band fix for a highly critical Windows flaw on April 3, the software maker reported that it will drop four additional updates for its flagship operating system, along with a bulletin meant to address a problem in its Content Management Server.

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