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Microsoft patches 'critical' security flaw

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July 12, 2016
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Microsoft says it patched a "critical" security flaw that affected all versions of its Windows software dating back years. The flaw was in all Windows versions since Windows Vista. Microsoft and Vectra acknowledged the flaw on Tuesday. The vulnerability is patched in the latest batch of updates, which were released the same day.

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