written by Greg Keizer
Microsoft on Tuesday patched 26 vulnerabilities, including one in Internet Explorer (IE) that’s already being exploited. The company also warned customers of a new zero-day attack and quashed yet another instance of a bug that the Duqu intelligence-gathering Trojan leveraged.
The software maker also ditched one security update at the last minute and substituted another in its place, probably because the second was more serious. (Read more)