Sunday, April 11, 2021

Microsoft to Fix Dangerous IE, Windows Security Holes

ZDNet: Next Tuesday, June 12, Microsoft plans to release 7 new security bulletins to address 28 vulnerabilities in its software. The June Patch Tuesday release will include fixes for Microsoft Windows, Internet Explorer, Visual Basic for Applications, Dynamics AX, and the .NET Framework. Three bulletins for Window, IE and .NET are rated “critical,” while the others are labeled “important.”

Last weekend, Microsoft released an emergency security updated related to the Flame malware.

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