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Microsoft releases critical NT4 updates

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Posted 18 January 2005 - 07:04 AM

Microsoft releases critical NT4 updates. Microsoft has issued patches for two critical holes in Windows NT4 as part of its January patch update.Support for NT4 officially ended on 31 December, but last week the company appeared to have backed down and offered two critical patches for NT4 server users. The security hole concerns the ActiveX HTML help component in Internet Explorer. The second critical flaw concerns a bug in cursor and icon format handling that Microsoft warned could allow remote code execution.
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