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Microsoft Patch Tuesday promises seven fixes

So let's get critical, critical

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Microsoft's monthly security update next Tuesday will see seven fixes including a critical update for Internet Explorer.

There are three critical updates, three important updates and one classed as moderate.

The three critical updates fix holes in Windows, and one in Internet Explorer, which all allow remote code execution using Bluetooth, IE and DirectX.

The three important updates all relate to Windows and remote code execution as does the single moderate update.

The company is also releasing an updated version of its Malicious Software Removal Tool.

More info from Microsoft here. ®

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