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Appropriately enough for the start of the baseball season, Microsoft is going to go 4-for-4 and release another set of critical Internet Explorer patches on Tuesday, the fourth consecutive month in which serious vulnerabilities in the browser are being addressed in Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday monthly security updates.
Microsoft has reissued a patch for a critical Internet Explorer update, MS09-54 from last month. The new patch targets four critical vulnerabilities, including the scrambling of Web page elements and spawned script errors. The problems affect most versions of IE (IE 5.01, IE 6, IE 7, IE 8, on all Windows operating systems, including Windows 7). Read the full article. [Computerworld]