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May 11 2011   5:15PM GMT

Microsoft Patch Tuesday Update – 11th May

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Executive Summary

With this May Microsoft Patch Tuesday update, we see a relatively small set of updates in comparison to those lists of updates released by Microsoft for the months of January and February earlier this year. In total there are two Microsoft Security Updates with the following rating; 1 Critical, and 1 rated Important. This is a small update from Microsoft and the potential impact for the updates is likely to be very small.

 

As part of the Patch Tuesday Security Update analysis performed by the ChangeBASE AOK team, we have seen very little cause for potential compatibility issues.

 

Given the nature of the changes and updates included in each of these patches, most systems will require a reboot to successfully implement any and all of the patches and updates released in this May Patch Tuesday release cycle.

Sample Results 1: MS11-035 Vulnerability in WINS Could Allow Remote Code Execution

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Sample Results 2: MS11-036 Vulnerabilities in Microsoft PowerPoint Could Allow Remote Code Execution

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Testing Summary

MS11-035

Vulnerability in WINS Could Allow Remote Code Execution (2524426)

MS11-036

Vulnerabilities in Microsoft PowerPoint Could Allow Remote Code Execution (2545814)

Sample Results 3: AOK Summary Report Sample from a small database

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*All results are based on an AOK Application Compatibility Lab’s test portfolio of over 1,000 applications.

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