Washington (Sept. 11, 2003) -- Microsoft warned users Wednesday that it's found serious new flaws that leave its Windows software vulnerable to hacker attacks.

Microsoft urged customers to immediately apply a free repairing patch from its Web site, www.microsoft.com. It warned that the flaws could leave computer systems vulnerable to hackers who could completely control the victim's computer by attacking these flaws, which affects Window technology that allows computers to communicate with others across a network.

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