In this Patch Tuesday, Microsoft released Nine security bulletins addressing a total of 56 vulnerabilities. As usual this month high priority fix is for Internet Explorer, along with Windows Kernel-Mode Driver, Windows Group Policy and Microsoft Office. Internet Explorer alone addresses 41 out of 56 vulnerabilities. This month three bulletins are rated as Critical, […]

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  Microsoft’s first Patch Tuesday of 2015 brings Eight security bulletins covering a total of eight vulnerabilities. Noticeably, high priority fix is for Windows Telnet Service which, if not fixed, can potentially allow Remote Code Execution . No updates were made available for Internet Explorer. Of the eight vulnerabilities one is rated Critical and Seven are […]

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  Last Microsoft Patch Tuesday of this year brings Seven security bulletins covering a total of 24 vulnerabilities. Now the total count for this year reached to 85. The high priority fix is for Internet Explorer, Microsoft Word and Microsoft Office Web Apps, VBScript Scripting Engine. Internet Explorer alone addresses 14 out of 24 vulnerabilities. […]

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This month Microsoft has released 14 security bulletins addressing a total of 33 vulnerabilities. The high priority fix is for Windows OLE, Internet Explorer, Windows Schannel and XML Core Services. Internet Explorer alone addresses 17 out of 33 vulnerabilities and it includes fix for 0-day vulnerability CVE-2014-6352 in the Windows OLE. This month Four bulletins […]

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Microsoft has released Eight security bulletins addressing a total of 24 vulnerabilities. The high priority fix is for Internet Explorer and Microsoft Windows. Internet Explorer alone addresses 14 out of 24 vulnerabilities. This month Three bulletins are rated as Critical, addressing 19 vulnerabilities and five are rated as Important. Critical security updates addresses security issues […]

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Bourne Again Shell (BASH) is widely used and default command interpreter for many Linux flavors, is prone to a command execution vulnerability as discovered by Stephane Chazelas of Akamai. The vulnerability is due to the way bash processes specially crafted environment variables i.e trailing code in function definitions was executed, independent of the variable name, which allows […]

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