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Topic # 28987 18-Dec-2008 08:23
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Just a reminder that Microsoft has released an update for Internet Explorer.

This update is coming out of the band (meaning it's not part of the second Tuesday of the month cycle of update) because it's an important update - there are reports of malicious activities already using the vulnerability covered by this update.

In my experience Windows Server 2008 64 bit do not require a restart. All other versions will require a reboot.





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  Reply # 184908 18-Dec-2008 08:59
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What KB are you referring to?




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  Reply # 184911 18-Dec-2008 09:12
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Thanks!




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  Reply # 184933 18-Dec-2008 11:18
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Another reason to use Firefox Wink. I'm sure most of you guys use both anyway.

Thanks for the update freitasm.



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Yeah I realised. Was just doing a bit of stirring. Tongue out

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  Reply # 184957 18-Dec-2008 12:38
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anthonybs: Another reason to use Firefox Wink.


You'll be needing the latest version of Firefox too then, to patch its 4 critical vunerabilities.
http://www.mozilla.org/security/known-vulnerabilities/firefox30.html#firefox3.0.5






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