Microsoft says latest software flaw ‘critical’

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Microsoft says latest software flaw 'critical'

Microsoft upgraded a recent security warning to “critical” after discovering new ways in which an attacker could run malicious software on a vulnerable computer, the world’s largest software maker said on Wednesday. The software flaw, which affects the two latest versions of Microsoft’s Outlook e-mail, calendar and contacts program, were initially rated as “important” in Microsoft’s monthly security bulletin.

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