Microsoft released security patches to deal with a 17-year-old flaw that could be exploited to remotely initiate malicious code on all Windows versions.
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New Microsoft patches are still dealing with a flaw discovered in November of last year — it was first Evil Maid and is now known as Malicious Butler.
October's Patch Tuesday has come and gone. Here's what you should know about what was updated — and why you shouldn't delay downloading these fixes.
Hi everyone, its that time of the month again. Undoubtedly, the highlight for Feb's Microsoft security update belongs to IE. With 24 issues being addressed in KB2909921, it seems that MSRC is making up for lost time when there isn't any updates for...
The Microsoft security update for January 2014 dishes up a relatively small collection of patches, but it's a valuable set. The KB2916605 patches for Microsoft Word and Web Applications fix three vulnerabilities, all of which provide Remote Code...
The Microsoft security update for Dec patches 20 vulnerabilities in 12 bulletins, with 5 rated 'Critical' and the rest 'Important'. This month, we see a more variety of MS products getting patched, and also Oracle Outside-In joining in the party...
So it is finally patch Tuesday today! Last two weeks have been quite busy as we all heard about targeted and not targeted attacks exploiting 0 day vulnerabilities. As usual we will share some highlights of the MS Security Bulletin.
The Microsoft security update for October 2013 patches 26 vulnerabilities in 8 bulletins, with 4 rated 'Critical' and the rest 'Important'. Of the 26 vulnerabilities, 17 resides in the IE (MS13-080) and kernel (MS13-081)
Yes, it is that time of the month again. MS has released 13 bulletins (4 critical) covering 47 CVE's (1 of them is publicly disclosed). We encourage customers to refer to the notification for additional information.