Here we go again: yesterday (11/10/2009) was another Patch Tuesday. This time around we see some reasonably serious critical level updates, where we find many versions of Windows affected (desktops: 2000, XP, and Vista; servers: 2003 and 2008) but no mention of either Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 (see the Windows Operating Systems and Components section of the November Security Bulletin for details). Very interesting!
|MS09-063||Critical||Windows versions||WSDAPI vulnerability allows remote execution|
|MS09-064||Critical||Microsoft Windows 2000||bug in license logging server allows remote execution|
|MS09-065||Critical||Windows versions||multiple vulnerabilities in the Winodws kernel that allow remote code execution|
|MS09-066||Important||Active Directory||denial of service possibilities for AD, AD application mode, and AD Lightweight Directory Service|
|MS09-067||Important||MS Office Excel||multiple vulnerabilities could allow remode code execution when user opens specially formatted/crafted Excel file|
|MS09-068||Important||MS Office Word||privately reported vulnerability could allow remote code execution if user opens specially formatted/crafted Word file|