Patch Tuesday

25 03, 2014

Microsoft Discloses Zero-Day Vulnerability: But Your Organization Doesn’t Use Word or Outlook So You’re Probably Fine

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Microsoft discloses zero-day vulnerability … but it’s only a problem for those using Word or Outlook
11 03, 2014

March Patch Tuesday Digest Includes First 2014 Vulnerability for Silverlight

By | March 11th, 2014|Patch Tuesday|0 Comments on March Patch Tuesday Digest Includes First 2014 Vulnerability for Silverlight

It’s Patch Tuesday again, with Microsoft announcing two critical, and three important bulletins affecting Internet Explorer, multiple Windows platforms, and Microsoft Silverlight.
11 02, 2014

Patch Tuesday: Critical Windows Fixes, No XP Updates with EOS Quickly Approaching

By | February 11th, 2014|Patch Tuesday|0 Comments on Patch Tuesday: Critical Windows Fixes, No XP Updates with EOS Quickly Approaching

Microsoft released its second Patch Tuesday of the year today featuring five bulletins – four of which Microsoft ranked as critical, its highest severity ranking. The critical patches address flaws that could give a hacker remote code execution capabilities in Windows 7, 8 and RT desktops, Windows Server 2008 and 2012 as well as Microsoft Forefront Protection 2010 for Exchange Server.
14 01, 2014

Super Patch Tuesday with Releases from Oracle and Adobe alongside Microsoft

By | January 14th, 2014|Patch Tuesday|0 Comments on Super Patch Tuesday with Releases from Oracle and Adobe alongside Microsoft

With today’s patch updates, Skybox Security customers experience additional advantages with the ability to check and confirm which vulnerabilities are critical in their network to help quickly prioritize their patch management efforts.