Windows Updates Fix Critical RDC Flaw, and More

Today, Microsoft released six security bulletins that describe around ten vulnerabilities affecting Windows or components related to it, such as Remote Desktop Client, Active Directory, and the Antimalware client (part of Windows Defender in Windows 8). Each of these vulnerabilities affect different versions of Windows to varying degrees. A remote attacker could exploit the worst of these flaws to gain complete control of your Windows PC. We recommend you download, test, and deploy these updates – especially the critical ones – as quickly as possible.

Windows Updates Fix a Wide Range of Security Vulnerabilities

Today, Microsoft released eight security bulletins that describe around 39 vulnerabilities affecting Windows or components related to it, such as the .NET Framework and DirectShow. Each of these vulnerabilities affects different versions of Windows to varying degrees.

Microsoft Piles on Patches Next Tuesday

February looks to be a busy month for Microsoft administrators. According to the latest advanced patch notification, the Redmond-based software company plans to release a dozen security bulletins next Tuesday. The bulletins will fix security flaws in Windows, Internet Explorer (IE), Office, the .NET Framework, and Exchange server. Microsoft rates five of the bulletins as Critical, and the rest as Important.

Windows Updates Include .NET and MSXML Fixes

Today, Microsoft released six security bulletins that describe 11 vulnerabilities affecting Windows or components related to it, such as the .NET Framework and XML Core Services (MSXML). Each of these vulnerabilities affects different versions of Windows to varying degrees. One of the component vulnerabilities (MSXML) also affects other Microsoft products, including Office, SharePoint Server, and Microsoft Expression.

Malformed Fonts and Filenames Mangle Windows

Today, Microsoft released four security bulletins describing five vulnerabilities that affect Windows. Each vulnerability affects different versions of Windows to varying degrees. However, a remote attacker could exploit the worst of these flaws to gain complete control of your Windows PC. We recommend you download, test, and deploy these updates – especially the critical ones – as quickly as possible.