Vulnerabilities: Microsoft Windows

Microsoft has released the second installment of its now monthly security bulletins, patching three software holes in Windows systems that it said were "critical" security risks and a fourth problem with Microsoft Office that the company rated "important."

Taken together, the security holes could allow attackers to set up Web pages to take advantage of vulnerable systems and read files or run attack code on a remote user's Windows machine.

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