Today, Microsoft released four security bulletins that fix around 20 vulnerabilities in a wide range of Microsoft Office and Server Software products. The affected products include.
If you’ve read my two posts [ 1 / 2 ], and watched this week’s video, you already know all about the zero day vulnerability plaguing Internet Explorer (IE) this week. In my last update, I mentioned Microsoft promised to release a full, out-of-cycle patch for this serious vulnerability today. True to their word, they did just that.
A few days ago, I posted an alert about a zero day Internet Explorer (IE) vulnerability that attackers were exploiting in the wild. By luring you to a web site containing malicious code, a remote attacker can exploit this flaw to execute code on your computer, with your privileges. To most Windows users, this means the attacker gains complete control of your computer.
Yesterday, Microsoft released a critical security advisory warning customers of a serious new zero day vulnerability in Internet Explorer (IE), which attackers are exploiting in the wild.
Yesterday, Apple released an updated version of their popular media player and mobile syncing software, iTunes 10.7. The update adds new features (like support for upcoming iOS 6) and fixes security vulnerabilities.