Microsoft has posted three further security alerts, this time for flaws in Word and Excel fields, Windows XP and SQL Server.
The first vulnerability affects Word and Excel external updates, and could lead to information disclosure.
The second relates to Windows XP help and support centre functions that could enable file deletion. Both are classified as 'moderate'.
The third flaw, relating to the elevation of privileges in SQL Server web tasks, is rated 'critical'.
This latest batch of alerts bring the total announced by Microsoft this year to 61.
Fixes and details of the flaws are available at the Microsoft website here.
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