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Microsoft Responds to Zero-Day Threat

And by responds, we mean that Microsoft put out a security advisory on a vulnerability involving shortcuts from USB devices. A patch? Well, that's in the works, but there isn't one yet. Oh, and if you're on Windows XP SP2 and you're having problems with this, you're going to have to pay for "custom support." Your patching days ended last week...

Posted by Lee Pender on July 21, 2010 at 11:56 AM


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