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Patch Tuesday with only 2 Updates

The upcoming Patch Tuesday next week seems to mean much less work than the previous one where the Redmond Company released 17 security bulletins: Today, the company announced only two updates for the May Patchday – one of them dealing … Continue reading

Many Updates on Patch Tuesday

Just as announced Friday last week, Microsoft released 17 security bulletins and according updates, fixing overall more than 60 security vulnerabilities in Windows, Internet Explorer, Office and the Developer tools. According to the exploitability index of the security bulletin summary, … Continue reading

Massive Patchday ahead

The upcoming Tuesday means much work for administrators – Microsoft today announced that the company plans to release 17 security bulletins with according patches. 9 of them deal with critical rated security vulnerabilities which means that cyber criminals can abuse … Continue reading

Patchday: Fresh releases from Microsoft and Google

As announced last Friday, Microsoft released 3 Security Bulletins which deal with patches for 4 security vulnerabilities. One of them is rated critical and resides within the DirectShow framework for the Windows Media Player and Windows Media Center. Other security … Continue reading

Microsoft announces 3 Security Bulletins

The Redmond company announced 3 security bulletins for the upcoming Patch Tuesday next week. These are meant to fix at least 4 security vulnerabilities. One flaw which affects Windows from XP to Windows 7 as well as Windows Server 2008 … Continue reading

17 Security Updates on MS Patchday

As announced Friday last week, Microsoft delivers 17 security updates on the December 2010 Patchday. The Updates close 2 highly critical security holes which allow for remote code execution and several privilege escalation vulnerabilities that allow attackers to gain administrative … Continue reading

Plenty of Updates announced

Next Tuesday is going to be tough for administrators: The Redmond company announces 17 security bulletins which are supposed to fix 40 security vulnerabilities. Only two of the bulletins deal with “high”ly critical rated security holes within Windows and the … Continue reading

Microsoft closes 11 security holes

As announced Friday last week, Microsoft released 3 security bulletins and according updates on the November 2010 Patchday. Vulnerable software from the Redmond company is Microsoft Office and the Forefront Unified Access Gateway. The updates fix altogether 11 security vulnerabilities; … Continue reading

Patchday ahead

The Redmond company today published its announcement for the upcoming November Patch Tuesday. Microsoft wants to release 3 security bulletins which deal with 11 security vulnerabilities within Office and PowerPoint (up to the brand new Office 2011 for Mac) and … Continue reading

Microsoft fixes 49 vulnerabilities

As announced last Friday, Microsoft released 16 security bulletins on the October Patchday. They fix security vulnerabilities in various Windows operating systems and components like Internet Explorer, Windows Kernel, .Net frameworks, and Microsoft Office. Affected are all operating systems from … Continue reading