Microsoft issues its penultimate round of patches for Windows XP.
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The exploit is being distributed from many compromised websites around the world, researchers from Symantec said
Microsoft has delivered a stopgap defense for active attacks against Internet Explorer 10, and is not likely to ship a patch before March 11.
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For this month's Patch Tuesday, Microsoft covers 24 vulnerabilities found in Internet Explorer.
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Two more updates boost the total for tomorrow to seven, including patches for Internet Explorer and Windows XP.
Office, Internet Explorer, and good ol' Flash all get some much-needed attention.
Still on Windows 7? Then you'll want this much-improved IE11.