Microsoft has released 31 security fixes as part of its Patch Tuesday software update. These cover major products including Windows and Internet Explorer, as well as the firm’s .NET Framework and Forefront Protection for Exchange. Four of the updates are marked as critical and three as important. Dustin Childs, group manager for Microsoft’s Trustworthy Computing division, gave some more information in a blog post about the nature of the fixes, explaining that the issues with Internet Explorer were widespread. “This cumulative update addresses one public and 23 privately disclosed issues in Internet Explorer,” he wrote. <more>

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