Microsoft Patch Tuesday and patch management
- August 14, 2012
A dangerous flaw in Windows Common Controls affects multiple systems and software, including Office, SQL Server and Visual Basic 6.0 Runtime.
- August 09, 2012
Microsoft said it would address ten vulnerabilities in the August 2012 Patch Tuesday, including flaws in Internet Explorer.
- July 11, 2012
Microsoft has revoked more than two dozen digital certificates used to validate the authenticity of its software.
- July 10, 2012
The Microsoft XML Core Services vulnerability is being actively targeted by cybercriminals. In addition, Microsoft issued a critical update to Internet Explorer 9.
- July 05, 2012
Microsoft will issue nine bulletins, three rated “critical” as part of its July Patch Tuesday, addressing critical flaws in Windows and Internet Explorer 9.
- June 12, 2012
This month’s Patch Tuesday release includes seven bulletins that address 26 vulnerabilities in Windows, Internet Explorer, .Net Framework and Dynamics AX.
- June 07, 2012
Microsoft’s June Patch Tuesday includes seven bulletins, three critical, affecting Windows, Internet Explorer and Microsoft Dynamics.
- May 08, 2012
Experts suggest patience when dealing with this month’s round of Microsoft updates.
- May 03, 2012
Microsoft said a member of its confidential Active Protections Program leaked information that prompted an exploit targeting a flaw patched in March.
- May 03, 2012
Microsoft said it plans to address flaws in Windows, Office, Silverlight and the .NET Framework.
- April 25, 2012
The Black Hole Exploit toolkit is behind the bulk of the HTML and Java exploits, according to version 12 of the Microsoft Security Intelligence Report.
- April 10, 2012
Microsoft repaired 11 vulnerabilities in April, including a critical update to its Internet Explorer browser and an ActiveX fix that affects a variety of software and server systems.
- April 05, 2012
Microsoft’s six bulletins include critical server repairs, Internet Explorer updates and a critical update of its .NET Framework.
- March 29, 2012
Adobe released a bulletin addressing critical flaws in Flash Player and rolled out a silent automatic update feature in Flash 11.2
- March 13, 2012
Vulnerability experts call the Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol flaws dangerous and say they should be quickly addressed by patching admins.