Windows: Patch me if you can

by Volker Weber


On Tuesday, the software giant released a fix for a networking flaw that affects every computer running Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP or Windows Server 2003. If left unpatched, the security hole could allow a worm to spread quickly throughout the Internet, causing an incident similar to the MSBlast attack last summer.

This is how you protect your PC.


Rocky showed another good technique, if you really can't just diconnect the damn thing:

Ben Langhinrichs, 2004-02-10

Leave it to Microsoft! I am concerned with all the holes they haven't found! There seems to be an unlimited supply built into their software!

Tony Kelleran, 2004-02-11

That's what you get when you leave your windows open. Jaguars and panthers, however, are sure to keep them pesky worms away!

Pascal Frencken, 2004-02-11

Patch Up Boys

(Andy gets the credit on this play on words))

Moritz Schroeder, 2004-02-11

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