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Microsoft admits to more critical holes in its software

Patch Tuesday looms
Mon May 08 2006, 11:16
AS PATCH TUESDAY approaches, computer users everywhere are slavering in anticipation of the Vole's latest holey confession.

That the still rapdily-evolving and mutating beast named Windows is plagued by two critical security flaws will come to no surprise to Voleware users currently suspending fingers over their Update buttons.

Widespread restarts are foretold.

Microsoft Exchange, too, has a life-threatening gaping wound, for which coders in the Burrow have finally developed a digital band-aid.

Users will also tomorrow have the option to enjoy the benefits of an improved Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool thanks to the unbridled benevolence of the Vole.

Your trip to Voledom can begin here. µ

 

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