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Microsoft addresses record 31 issues for patch Tuesday

Posted in Microsoft by Darrin Olson on June 10th, 2009

Microsoft releases 31 updates for Tuesday security patchesIn this weeks version of “Patch Tuesday” from Microsoft, the released security bulletin addressed a record count of 31 vulnerabilities across versions of Windows and Microsoft Office.

Of the updates a number of them were rated as “critical” and dealt with an issue of remote code execution through specifically designed web pages that were viewed through Internet Explorer versions 6, 7 and 8. This vulnerability, before the fix, would allow strangers to take control of the PC remotely through executing code in the browser.

Microsoft Security Bulletin Watch: February 2008

Posted in Microsoft Security Bulletin Watch by Nino Marchetti on February 12th, 2008

windows-update-feb08.jpgAnd now we bring you live, breaking coverage of Super Tuesday. Oh wait, sorry…wrong Tuesday. It is the second Tuesday of the month, which means it is Microsoft Patch Tuesday. Or, as we like to call this little feature here at SlipperyBrick, Microsoft Security Bulletin Watch.

This month Microsoft graces us with six Critical, five Important and nine Non-Security, High Priority updates. You can get most of these through the Microsoft Update site. Others you’ll probably need to download manually. Which updates you need vary, of course, on your machine’s specific Windows OS flavor and what you already have installed on your PC. Check after the jump for a summary list.