Posts Tagged ‘windows patches’

Microsoft Patch Day November 2011 Overview

Wednesday, November 9th, 2011

Here’s what you can expect to find in Microsoft’s security patch this month …

Today Microsoft has released security updates exclusively for Microsoft Windows operating systems. Of the four bulletins released today, one has received the maximum severity rating of critical while the other three have received one of important. Maximum severity means that at least one Microsoft operating system has received the critical vulnerability rating.

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Microsoft Patch Day October 2011 Overview

Wednesday, October 12th, 2011

Looks like it’s “update day” for Windows again; here are the details …

Microsoft releases Windows updates on the second Tuesday of the month. A total of eight different security bulletins have been released today by Microsoft. They update the operating system Microsoft Windows and other Microsoft products such as the .NET Framework, Microsoft Silverlight and Internet Explorer. Two of the eight bulletins have been given the highest possible severity rating critical, the remaining six one of important. Maximum severity means that there is at least one product affected by that vulnerability impact.

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Microsoft Security Bulletin December 2010

Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

It’s almost always a good idea to pay attention to Microsoft Security Bulletins …

Microsoft has released the last set of planned security bulletins for the year 2010 yesterday. A total of 17 security bulletins have been released that patch vulnerabilities in Microsoft products like the Windows operating system, Microsoft Office or Internet Explorer.

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