As part of this month's Patch Tuesday, which takes place today, Microsoft is set to roll out eight security updates for various Windows operating systems. Of the eight patches, three are labeled as Critical while four of the patches are ... Read more
Today is the day Microsoft rolls out security updates as part of the company's Patch Tuesday. So what does the July 2013 edition of Patch Tuesday have in store for us? Microsoft is rolling out six critical security fixes along ... Read more
Microsoft is set to roll out five security updates as part of June 2013 Patch Tuesday, which takes place today June 11th. Of the five updates, only one is labeled as Critical, the most severe level of updates. On top ... Read more
Microsoft is slated to roll out ten security patches today for the company's May 2013 Patch Tuesday. Of the ten security patches, two are rated critical while the other eight are rated important.
Microsoft is slated to release nine security updates today, for April's Patch Tuesday, and these updates affect all versions Internet Explorer ranging from Internet Explorer 6 to Internet Explorer 10, on various Windows editions. These updates will be available around 1PM Eastern time today.
Patch Tuesday, the second tuesday of every month, has been the common day for Microsoft to release security updates for its products. But it seems that Microsoft is taking a bit of a better approach when it comes to releasing security updates for its Windows 8/RT apps.
Microsoft has released an update, during March 2013 Patch Tuesday, that addresses and prevents an attacker from inserting a malicious USB drive in an attempt to compromise a system, whether or not the system is logged into Windows or not.
Microsoft is slated to release seven security updates today, for March's Patch Tuesday, and these updates affect all versions Internet Explorer ranging from Internet Explorer 6 to Internet Explorer 10. These updates will be available at 1PM Eastern today.
During February's Patch Tuesday (taking place today), Microsoft released two critically rated security bulletins for Internet Explorer 10 as well as one security advisory for the internet browser.
Today is February 12th, the day Microsoft releases security updates for this month's Patch Tuesday. But for those who own a Surface RT, today is also the day Microsoft releases some non-security updates for Windows RT, including a fix for the pesky Connected Standby and WiFi issues that many users were experiencing.
This months Patch Tuesday is scheduled for February 12th and will bring us eleven security updates addressing various issues, including vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer 10, as well as other issues in Windows RT and Windows 8.
For those who own a Surface RT, Microsoft has released a firmware update during this month's Patch Tuesday. The firmware update provides System Firmware (UEFI) improvements and features improvements to audio playback when in Connected Standby and additional capabilities for handling firmware updates during low battery situations.
Microsoft has released the Security Bulletin Advance Notification for January 2013 for the very first Patch Tuesday for 2013. Microsoft will be releasing seven security updates, including two critical updates for Windows 8/Windows RT. Microsoft has made no mention about the zero-day flaw found in Internet Explorers 6, 7, and 8, which were revealed recently.
Microsoft has released a zero-day security advisory warning users of Internet Explorer 6, 7, and 8 of a remote code execution exploit that occurs when browsing to a malicious website. Internet Explorer 9 and 10 are unaffected from this advisory. This advisory comes outside of Microsoft's regularly scheduled Patch Tuesday updates.
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