Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Microsoft's November Patch Brings 8 security updates



Microsoft's Patch
The November Patch Tuesday brings Windows users probably eight security updates. They include critical vulnerabilities in Microsoft software. November Patch of Microsoft plugs critical security flaws in Windows operating systems. Microsoft announced eight security updates that primarily take care of gaps in the current Windows operating systems, various Office programs and Internet Explorer.

 Three updates from Microsoft the status of "critical". This means that you should absolutely install and then that usually a system reboot is required. For the recently discovered “zero- day vulnerability," spread through the hacker with manipulated video and office files malware, there is still only a "fix -it" - in the context of the November patch, Microsoft excludes the vulnerability apparently not.

 Microsoft's Tuesday Patch is usually on the second Tuesday of each month instead - the next Patch Tuesday is thus 10 December 2013. The security updates install automatically with the appropriate pre with active Internet connection. With this month’s Patch Tuesday Microsoft brings a fresh version of his “tools for removing malicious software “out.

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