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Security researcher eEye Digital reports Symantec software opens corporate computers to hackers.
Security researchers warn Microsoft Word zero-day exploit is aimed at government e-mail systems.
A moderate DOS patch rounds out patch Tuesday.
The company hopes its 'critical' patches for Windows and Exchange actually will help after last month's problems.
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