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Microsoft Patches USB-Related Flaw Used in Targeted Attacks

This is a more common threat than most would care to admit, but the threat is largely not the work of hard core hackers and social engineers.  It is better attributed to lazy employees and poor home computer hygiene.  That said, I am pleased to see Microsoft addressing this problem once again and for providing an event log for better tracking of attempted attacks.

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