Microsoft to repair 22 vulnerabilities across Windows, Office

The software giant plans to issue four bulletins, one rated “critical” as part of its Patch Tuesday scheduled security updates.

Microsoft plans to issue four security bulletins in July, one rated “critical,” repairing 22 vulnerabilities in...

Windows and Office. 

The Microsoft software updates are scheduled to be issued June 12 as part of the Patch Tuesday release of security bulletins. The bulletin rated “critical” will addresses vulnerabilities affecting Windows Vista and Windows 7, and will require a restart, the software giant indicated Thursday as part of its Advance Notification Service.

The Microsoft Office update will fix coding errors in Microsoft Visio 2003 Service Pack 3.

In June, Microsoft issued 16 bulletins, nine “critical,” repairing 11 vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer and a serious Server Message Block connection error.

~ Robert Westervelt

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