Holes found in Windows XP update

Barely hours after home users started securing their PCs with a key update for Windows XP, security experts have found ways around it.
The SP2 update makes XP less attractive to virus writers and malicious hackers by plugging widely exploited loopholes.
But discoveries by security firms Secunia and German company Heise show that some holes have been left open.
Microsoft said it was investigating one of the new bugs but said no users had been caught out by this loophole.

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