Posted by: Toni Boger
Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office, Patch Tuesday, Windows Server
Admins will have their plenty of updates to keep them busy with this month’s Patch Tuesday security bulletins.
In its advance security notification, Microsoft said it will have 14 security bulletins for the month of September, four of which are critical.
The critical bulletins address remote code execution vulnerabilities and affect multiple versions of Office, SharePoint, Internet Explorer and Windows Server.
September’s important bulletins address a number of vulnerabilities, including remote code execution, elevation of privilege, information disclosure and denial of service. These bulletins will affect .NET Framework and multiple versions of Office and Windows Server.
Half of this month’s bulletins affect Microsoft Office. Multiple versions of the suite will receive updates from two of the critical and five of the important bulletins.
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