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back to MS problems....

This just in....FWIW:)


Microsoft Addresses Download.Ject Attack 
Microsoft has released a "configuration change" for Windows Server 
2003, Windows XP, and Windows 2000 that improves system resiliency 
against the Download.Ject electronic attack, which caused panic attacks 
among security consultants and IT administrators last week. 
The company will post the changes to Microsoft Windows Update later 
today and will release them through Automatic Updates. The changes are 
also available for direct download from the Microsoft Web site. 

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