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Microsoft Fixes Five Security Flaws for June Patch Tuesday

It'll be a light Patch Tuesday this month for users of Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office. Full story

'Battlefield' Game Bug Allows Hacker Hijack

Given that over 11 years have passed since Windows XP was released, it's easy to forget that the system remains in wide use and open to attack. Gamers who enjoy using "Battlefield Play4Free" on Microsoft's older operating system may want to exercise caution, as a group of security experts recently d Full story

Microsoft, Adobe roll out Patch Tuesday fixes

It's the second Tuesday of the month, which means it's time for the monthly round of Microsoft Windows patches to be pushed out to the world. Full story

Symantec Anti-Virus Update Crashes Windows XP Computers

This story was updated with clarification from Symantec at 4:45 p.m. ET Tuesday (July 17). Full story

Malware E-mail Poses As Windows Security Update

E-mails posing as critical Microsoft Windows security updates are actually deploying corrupted files that can infect computers with a dangerous strand of malware. Full story

Microsoft issues security fixes, including 'critical' patch

Microsoft rolled out three security patches Tuesday to fix flaws in Windows, its PC operating system, and Office, its software suite. Full story

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