Microsoft will next Tuesday (8 February) release 13 security patches to plug holes in the Windows operating system and some Microsoft applications.
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At least three of the flaws are described by Microsoft as "critical".
There will be nine patches for the Windows operating system; one for both Sharepoint and Office; one for the .net Framework; one for Office and Visual Studio; and one for Windows, Windows Media Player and MSN Messenger.
In line with its advanced security notice policy Microsoft has not released any further information about the vulnerabilities.