Microsoft to deploy new unscheduled ASP.NET patch at a later date

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Microsoft deployed the recent unscheduled patch for the newly discovered ASP.NET vulnerability however they haven't exactly made it perfectly easy to get to and it will not be made available via the Microsoft Auto-Update Service or WSUS until a later, yet unannounced date.

ASP.NET will be available via the auto-update function at a later date

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