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A security flaw in an important Microsoft Web technology triggered rapid development and testing of a patch to block further hack attacks on ASP.NET.
Microsoft can move pretty quickly to block zero-day holes when it wants to. The ASP.NET hole got the company's attention and it is rolling out a patch Tuesday, just ten days after it surfaced.
Hole in server encryption could leave many systems open to attack, researchers and Microsoft officials say.
Microsoft serves up a fresh batch of vulnerability fixes for September.
Rumors and speculation over the possible takeover of Symantec, a valuable IT security acquisition, appear to have started a small buying spree for Symantec's stock.
Security administrators are put on notice that they have another busy week of applying vulnerability patches to Microsoft products.
Microsoft was caught off guard by public disclosure of a new zero-day hole in Internet Explorer 8. But the hacker who published the exploit says he notified Microsoft in advance and only acted after the company ignored him.
Microsoft says it is shipping the newest version of an administrator's tool that helps manage key mitigation parameters in order to help corporate customers stay safer.
The company moves to help thwart attacks that can seize control of users' systems by taking advantage of shoddy programming practices.
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