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Monday, 02 April 2007 12:57

Microsoft rushes out cursor flaw patch

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Too urgent to wait


Microsoft has issued an patch for the Windows cursor flaw after it was discovered that the technique had been used in a public exploit.

The Redmond Giant was planning to wait until April 10, but will now issue the patch tomorrow.

According CNet, testing had been completed earlier than anticipated and so the company decided to release the update ahead of schedule to help protect customers.


Microsoft believes that the attacks and customer impact will be limited, but the company said that it encourages customers to download the patch when it is made available.


Microsoft said it is also working with law enforcement to track down the attackers.


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