Microsoft's Patch Tuesday fixes announced -

It’s that time of the month again. Microsoft has announced that it will be releasing a huge 13 important security bulletins in this month’s Patch Tuesday.

The bulletins will look at and aim to fix 26 vulnerabilities, with Microsoft planning to host a webcast for customer queries shortly afterwards. Five vulnerabilities listed have been rated as critical, seven as important, and one as moderate.

Critical vulnerabilities affect more Windows OS’ than you can shake a stick at. If you’re running Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003 or 2008, Office 2003, Office 2004, Office XP or Office 2004 for Mac you should patch as soon as.

Ars Technica published a list of the bulletins. Here they are:

 

  • Bulletin 1: Critical (Remote Code Execution), Windows
  • Bulletin 2: Critical (Remote Code Execution), Windows
  • Bulletin 3: Critical (Remote Code Execution), Windows
  • Bulletin 4: Critical (Remote Code Execution), Windows
  • Bulletin 5: Critical (Remote Code Execution), Windows
  • Bulletin 6: Important (Remote Code Execution), Office
  • Bulletin 7: Important (Remote Code Execution), Office
  • Bulletin 8: Important (Remote Code Execution), Windows
  • Bulletin 9: Important (Denial of Service), Windows
  • Bulletin 10: Important (Elevation of Privilege), Windows
  • Bulletin 11: Important (Remote Code Execution), Windows
  • Bulletin 12: Important (Denial of Service), Windows
  • Bulletin 13: Moderate (Elevation of Privilege), Windows

Get patching.