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Microsoft denies vulnerability in Windows Media Player

Microsoft on Monday denounced reports that a vulnerability exists in Windows Media Player that would allow for remote code execution.

Microsoft said in a company blog post that it had investigated reports that surfaced on the Internet last week and found them to be "false." The flaw is "reliability issue with no security risk to customers," the company said on its Security Vulnerability Research & Defense blog.

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