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Microsoft sent out over 20 security fixes across several of its software platforms as part of May's Patch release on Tuesday.
eEye Digital Security, announced that the company joined the Microsoft Active Protections Program (MAPP) and will receive advanced information from Microsoft about their monthly security bulletins to anticipate emerging threats offering protections to customers more efficiently and effectively. Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) June 13, 2011 eEye Digital Security, a provider of IT security and unified vulnerability management solutions, today announced that the company will receive advanced information...
FAIRFAX, Va., April 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Patch Tuesday, which most recently occurred yesterday, is the periodic security event where Microsoft issues bulletins to fix known security flaws in Windows-related software and applications, such as Office and Internet Explorer. Over the past six months, Norman has discovered and reported several Windows kernel vulnerabilities that potentially could be leveraged by attackers to fully compromise a system and leave users open to serious cyber attacks.
Just hours after a hacking toolkit published an exploit for a computer bug, Microsoft confirmed an unpatched vulnerability in its Windows browser that could pick it up, but did say a patch for the bug was under construction for its next update.
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Microsoft is issuing an urgent security flaw update for the Windowsâ€™ shortcut feature.
Microsoftâ€™s Windows XP help and support system is under fire by high-tech hackers who found an un-patched bug in the program.
Microsoft Corp warned on Tuesday that itâ€™s Office desktop applications suite, which has already been hit by cybercriminals, could still be vulnerable to attacks unless users take proper precautions.
Microsoft Corp on Tuesday released two security patches for Windows and Office, including one to fix a critical flaw that was discovered almost two years ago.
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