Microsoft patches holes in Vista, IE and Outlook Express

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For June's "patch Tuesday" (12 June), Microsoft issued fixes for critical flaws in Internet Explorer, Outlook Express and Windows security and interface components.

Most embarassingly, the June 2007 Microsoft Security Bulletin details security issues affecting Windows Vista - the new version promised to be the most secure ever.

One of the critical vulnerabilities highlighted in Security Bulletin MS07-034 could allow remote code to be run on a PC if a user viewed a specially crafted e-mail using Windows Mail in Windows Vista. MS07-32 patches a problem rated as "important" taht could allow people to access information including administrative passwords in the Windows Vista registry and file system.

In recent months, Excel and Word have featured prominently in the Microsoft's se...

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