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  • Microsoft releases 13 security patches, eight critical

    The baker's dozen of new patches includes 12 new ones that address flaws in Internet Explorer and Word, plus a re-release of a patch first issued in March. 

  • Microsoft to release 12 June security fixes

    June's "Patch Tuesday" security bulletins will feature nine Windows fixes, including a cumulative update for Internet Explorer, plus a pair of patches for Office and one for Exchange. 

  • Security Bytes: Firefox fixes multiple flaws

    In other news, Microsoft investigates a new Windows flaw; a college loan firm reports missing data on 1.3 million borrowers; and F-Secure patches Web console flaw. 

  • Monster fix for Mac OS X, QuickTime

    Apple Computer Inc. has patched more than 25 flaws in its operating system and updated its media player to address 12 vulnerabilities. 

  • Should Microsoft change its patching process?

    Most IT pros still like Microsoft's monthly fix schedule, but in the face of increasing zero-day attacks, they'd like more out-of-cycle fixes as well. 

  • Exchange, Windows focus of latest Microsoft fixes

    The software giant releases its May security bulletins and two of the three are rated critical. Issues with Exchange and Flash Player are addressed, but none fixes the latest IE flaws. 

  • Security Blog Log: Burning about Firefox recruitment

    This week, a security blogger frowns on an independent group's efforts to force IE users onto the Firefox bandwagon. Plus, an international fight over identification cards. 

  • New IE flaws bring tally to three

    Two more security holes surfaced in Internet Explorer Thursday, on top of one announced Tuesday. Attackers could exploit the latest flaws to install malicious ActiveX controls and read sensitive data. 

  • IE 'object' tag flaw found

    Attackers could launch malicious code and corrupt system memory by exploiting the latest Internet Explorer flaw. Experts suggest avoiding untrusted Web sites. 

  • Security Bytes: More flaws in Mac OS X

    In other news: Financial firms scramble over massive online heist, Symantec warns of Scan Engine flaws and a new Snort-based tool is unveiled.