Friday, 17 May 2013

Microsoft sends out ten security updates in May Patch!



Windows issued a new patch of ten security updates for its users on last Tuesday. They include crucial check for their critical vulnerabilities in Microsoft software. May Patch updates checks the Microsoft plugs for any critical security flaws in Windows operating systems. Microsoft provides with May's Patch Tuesday security updates totally ten, of which two ranks by the company as critical one, and the other eight as important one. These updates fix 33 vulnerabilities in all Microsoft operating systems from Windows XP to Office packages, Internet Explorer, as well as in special server programs. Patch MS13-038, there is finally an update that irons out the serious security problem in IE 8 - previously, users had a "fix-it" make do. Microsoft also provides a fresh version of the "Malicious Software Removal Tool" (32 bit, 64 bit). The patch MS13-037 resolves eleven privately reported vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer. The most severe vulnerabilities allow remote code execution if a user views a specially crafted Web page using Internet Explorer. An attacker who successfully exploited the vulnerabilities acquired in circumstances using the same user rights as the current user. For users whose accounts are configured to have fewer privileges, have less impacted than users who operate with administrative privileges. Microsoft's Tuesday Patch is usually on the second Tuesday of each month instead - so the following patch day is on 11 June 2013. The security updates will install automatically with the appropriate pre with active Internet connection.

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