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Flame Prompts Microsoft To Strengthen Windows Update

Emergency patch just the first step in stopping future Flame-type attacks.

Microsoft plans to beef up security for its Windows Update process in response to the Flame attack's abuse of its digital certificates.

Hardening the Windows Update is Microsoft's next step in mitigating Flame and Flame-inspired attacks after the company issued an emergency patch for Windows yesterday that revokes phony digital certificates used in the Flame targeted cyberespionage attacks.

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