Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 7th Jul 2006 13:28 UTC
Microsoft Microsoft plans to issue patches for 'critical' Windows and Office security problems as part of a regular update scheduled for Tuesday. The software company said in an advisory Thursday that it will issue four bulletins for Windows flaws and three for Office. At least one Windows and one Office problem are deemed 'critical', Microsoft's highest-risk category for security vulnerabilities, according to the advisory.
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RE[2]: Me too!
by aGNUstic on Fri 7th Jul 2006 21:27 UTC in reply to "RE: Me too!"
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If you compare and contrast the time spent on proprietary vs. non-proprietary, well, having been in the industry for some time, the time required to download, even automated, and install requires a huge investment in time.

Nothing like having a staff member or faculty say, `Where's my files?` after an automated patch or upgrade.

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