Sunday, March 9th 2014

Microsoft Readies Five Patches for Next Week

This coming Tuesday Redmond-based Microsoft Corp. is planning to make available five fresh security updates - two with a 'Critical' rating and three tagged 'Important'. The incoming parches are set to address bugs found in Windows, Internet Explorer and Silverlight.

One of the Critical updates will fix an Internet Explorer issue that has already been acknowledged and was exploited in a 'limited number of attacks'. Additional information about Tuesday's releases can be found in the Security Bulletin Advance Notification published here.
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7 Comments on Microsoft Readies Five Patches for Next Week

#1
Drone
There are no updates for Office but there's an update for Silverlight?! LOLZ
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#2
Jorge
The only certainty in life is that Microsucks products will never be secure.
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#4
Chevalr1c
The only "secure" computer is one that is off and contains not a single bit on any storage device attached to it.
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#5
zzzaac
by: Jorge
The only certainty in life is that Microsucks products will never be secure.
No OS is "secure", just look at Mac OS X with their SSL issue.
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#6
arterius2
no need to write like 5 comments to feed the troll, this sort of reaction is exactly what they thrive on.
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#7
FX-GMC
by: Jorge
The only certainty in life is that Microsucks products will never be secure.
I too was in the fifth grade once.
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