Friday, February 7th 2014

Microsoft Readies Five New Patches for Next Week

For this month's Patch Tuesday Microsoft is set to deliver five fresh security update - two with a 'Critical' rating and three tagged 'Important'. According to the Redmond-based company, the incoming updates address vulnerabilities found in Windows operating systems, in Microsoft Forefront Protection 2010 for Exchange Server, and in the .NET Framework.

The patches are set to become available this Tuesday, February 11, at about 10:00 a.m. PST. For a bit more info check out the Advance Notification published here.
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13 Comments on Microsoft Readies Five New Patches for Next Week

#1
Jorge
If you work in security code repair at Microsucks, you have a guaranteed job until you die...
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#2
erixx
oh, the little zorrita is back.

I am looking forward to patch tuesday, it makes me feel so good, someone in State of Washington looking after my wellness. : )
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#3
FX-GMC
by: Jorge
If you work in security code repair at Microsucks, you have a guaranteed job until you die...
Oh George.
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#4
Hilux SSRG
by: Jorge
If you work in security code repair at Microsucks, you have a guaranteed job until you die...
Would you prefer that they pretend there are no bugs and patch them months or years later?

cough Apple cough
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#5
MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
by: Jorge
If you work in security code repair at Microsucks, you have a guaranteed job until you die...
I bet this guy doesn't even look at the actual forums and only posts from the main page. Otherwise I am sure he would see the replies he gets with such ridiculous posts.
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#6
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
by: MxPhenom 216
I bet this guy doesn't even look at the actual forums and only posts from the main page. Otherwise I am sure he would see the replies he gets with such ridiculous posts.
All posts in news threads are seen from the main page as well. What gets me is that he is so quick.
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MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
by: Frick
All posts in news threads are seen from the main page as well. What gets me is that he is so quick.
I know that what I mean, where as most of us access the posts in the actual forums.
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#8
Tatty_One
Senior Moderator
Back on topic please.... the troll has been trolled, time to move on.
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#9
arterius2
by: Jorge
If you work in security code repair at Microsucks, you have a guaranteed job until you die...
Mac OS X is many folds more vulnerable than Windows, the fact that Apple fails (or ignores) to patch security vulnerabilities does not mean it doesn't exist.

http://www.dailytech.com/Apples OS X is First OS to be Hacked at This Years Pwn2Own/article21097.htm
http://www.infoworld.com/t/hacking/apple-security-under-attack-the-view-windows-169586
http://downloadsquad.switched.com/2010/04/16/infamous-hacker-applauds-the-security-of-microsoft-software-apple-adobe-not-so-good/
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#10
erixx
The new TPU forum tech is amazing, I just clicked on "ignore" jorge, and wow I don't see him anymore... Georgieeeeeeeeeeeeee? Gone!
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#11
RejZoR
by: Jorge
If you work in security code repair at Microsucks, you have a guaranteed job until you die...
Have you ever thought how complex their OS is and how many users use it (and how many want to exploit it)? If you'd understand that, you wouldn't be saying that...
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#12
Fluffmeister
Forum warriors basically hate success, Microsoft is king and for good reason.

The Bill and Melinda Gates foundation does amazing work too which is thanks to the success of Microsoft and in turn donates vast sums of money to good courses.

People just need to grow up frankly.
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#13
Blín D'ñero
by: Jorge
If you work in security code repair at Microsucks, you have a guaranteed job until you die...
Is that where you work? Silly name for a company, i guess you feel embarassed everytime you talk about it.
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