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MICROSOFT SECURITY UPDATE ALERT

 

February 8, 2005

 

SECURITY UPDATE INFORMATION

Microsoft has released several security updates that address newly discovered issues in Microsoft software. Information about these updates and which software is affected is available on the Microsoft.com Security Web site:

http://go.microsoft.com/?LinkID=2049904

 

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HOW TO VERIFY THE AUTHENTICITY OF A MICROSOFT SECURITY E-MAIL MESSAGE

Before you take any advice on downloading software or updating your computer, make sure you can trust the source. Learn the warning signs for spotting a fraudulent security bulletin, as well as how to check the security certificate for any Web site:

https://www.microsoft.com/verifymail/

 

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ABOUT THE MICROSOFT SECURITY UPDATE

The Microsoft Security Update is an e-mail alert service designed for home users and small businesses that provides information about Microsoft security updates and virus alerts. Microsoft also uses this service to make subscribers aware that they might need to take action to guard against a circulating security threat.

 

You have received this update because you are a subscriber. If you would like to unsubscribe, follow the instructions at the bottom of this page.

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For More Information

Find support information about these security issues in the Microsoft Knowledge Base.

 

 

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