March 11, 2012  10:48 PM

Seven flaws will be fixed on Patch Tuesday



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Patch management, Patch Tuesday, Server 2008, Server Core Installation, Vulnerabilities

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November 4, 2011  4:19 PM

Microsoft releases temporary fix for critical Windows bug



Posted by: Ken Harthun
DuQu, Microsoft Windows, Patch Tuesday, Security Fix


October 10, 2011  3:32 PM

Patch Tuesday – two critical vulnerabilities



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Critical update, Patch management, Patch Tuesday, Vulnerabilities

Tuesday, October...


October 13, 2010  12:36 AM

Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday is Biggest Ever



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Critical update, Microsoft, Patch management, Patch Tuesday, Vulnerabilities

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August 15, 2010  2:53 AM

What’s Your System’s Survival Time?



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Patch Tuesday, Routers, Security, Vulnerabilities

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March 29, 2010  11:27 PM

Out-of-cycle Patch for IE Coming Tomorrow



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Firefox, Google Chrome, insecure, Internet Explorer, Microsoft, Patch management, Patch Tuesday, Security

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September 8, 2009  11:37 PM

Patch Tuesday – Microsoft Fixes Eight Security Flaws



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Critical update, insecure, Microsoft Windows, Networking, Patch management, Patch Tuesday, Remote Code Execution, Security, Security bulletin, Vulnerabilities, Wireless security

All of them are critical, but not a single one of them affects Windows 7, scheduled for release on October 22.

The most dangerous flaw covered by this month’s batch of patches is a remote code execution vulnerability in the way that the JScript scripting engine decodes script in Web...


August 12, 2009  12:39 AM

Patch Tuesday – 19 Windows Security Flaws Fixed



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Critical update, Exploits, Patch management, Patch Tuesday, Security, Security management, Vulnerabilities

It’s that day of the month again and this time Microsoft has patched 19 security holes, 15 of which have a “critical” rating. The good news is that none of the vulnerabilities affect Windows 7. As usual, a bunch of the flaws stem from ActiveX controls, probably the worst thing...


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