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Sep 28, 2010

ASP.NET security updates are available

*Update 2* ScottGu's blog was once again the best source of information on the new developments, and on which updates to install for a particular system!


*Update* But of course. Links are included in Microsoft's security bulletin

For some reason the updates are somewhat hidden at the Microsoft download center. Anyhow, here they are:
 Happy patching! :)

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