Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft Server’

Microsoft Security Bulletins for October 2013 Overview

Wednesday, October 9th, 2013

If you’re curious as to why your PC rebooted itself last night, this probably explains it …

Microsoft has released a new set of updates and patches for its software product a couple of seconds ago. The company releases security updates in one go on every second Tuesday of the month, and only breaks that habit for critical security vulnerabilities that are exploited in the wild. Today eight bulletins have been published by the company that fix security vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows and Office, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Server Software, the Microsoft .Net Framework, and Microsoft Silverlight.


Microsoft Security Bulletins for January 2013 Released

Wednesday, January 9th, 2013

Here’s a quick summary of this month’s Microsoft Security Bulletins …

It is the first Microsoft patch day of the new year  and we continue our monthly series where we look at the security bulletins that get released, how the bulletins are best deployed and what you need to know besides that.  Microsoft has released a total of seven bulletins of which two have a maximum severity rating of critical, the highest possible rating while the remaining five bulletins have received a severity rating of important.