Microsoft released seven critical updates for Windows, Office, Edge, and Internet Explorer, as well as a critical update that resolves vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player when installed on Windows systems.
Microsoft released six critical updates for Windows, Internet Explorer, and Edge. These updates address vulnerabilities that could lead to remote code execution.
BACKGROUND Hackers have bypassed Microsoft’s security patch to address the Sandworm vulnerability in Windows resulting in the company issuing another advisory and warning users of… Read more »
Today is Patch Tuesday for July, 2014. Microsoft released 6 bulletins, two of which are considered critical and address vulnerabilities in Windows and Internet Explorer… Read more »
Microsoft recently published a security advisory about a zero-day vulnerability affecting Microsoft Word. (A zero-day vulnerability is one that exploits a previously unknown vulnerability and… Read more »
Today is Patch Tuesday for November 2013. Microsoft released eight bulletins, three of which are considered critical. The bulletins include fixes for vulnerabilities affecting Windows,… Read more »
On September 17, Microsoft published an emergency security advisory and “Fix it” solution to address a zero-day vulnerability affecting all supported versions of Internet Explorer.… Read more »
ITS highly recommends that users of Windows XP upgrade to a more recent version of the operating system before its end of support date on… Read more »
On Patch Tuesday for August 2013, Microsoft released eight security bulletins, three of which are considered critical. The critical bulletins include a cumulative security update… Read more »
Today is Patch Tuesday for July 2013. Microsoft released seven security bulletins for Windows, Internet Explorer, and several other products. Six of the bulletins fix… Read more »