Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft’

Microsoft removes vulnerable Tor to protect customers

Microsoft has removed Tor vulnerable program to protect computers from future infections. Everything is done for the benefit of customer computers to make them clean and safe. Vulnerable Tor software installed Sefnit malware. It uses Tor to communicate with the C&C server and botnet nodes. The number of affected computers is not known while according [...]

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Microsoft to release 4 patches in January

Microsoft have released the first advance notification for this year with only 4 security bulletins. there is no critical security bulletin but we have one important which is a remote code execution vulnerability.   Windows operating systems, Office and Dynamics AX are the affected software for this advance notification. This is relatively small update compared [...]

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Microsoft prepares 14 patches for the next Tuesday

Over this week Microsoft issued their monthly advance notification of security bulletins. The next update will contain 14 security patches to fix critical vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office, Internet Explorer and Microsoft Windows SharePoint. This month we have 8 security update with remote code execution impact while there are 2 that allow attacker to conduct a [...]

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Microsoft released 8 patches for August

Microsoft released 8 security patches that are designed to fix 23 vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer, Exchange, and Windows operating system. 3 bulletins are critical as  exploiting the bugs allows an attacker to run a malicious code on system remotely while the remaining 5 patches are important. MS13-059 comes to fix eleven privately reported vulnerabilities in [...]

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Microsoft patches IE Pwn2Own bug

Microsoft announced as part of the traditional Patch Tuesday that it will release nine security bulletins. Two of them are considered critical and the first one is issued to fix vulnerabilities revealed at the last Pwn2Own hacking contest. Multiple browsers were subject to attacks during CanSecWest March 2013. Google Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer. Vupen [...]

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Microsoft Patch Tuesday: Microsoft fixes critical flaws in IE

Microsoft about to release a bunch of security patches for windows operating system. Seven patches are coming to fix four critical vulnerabilities that allow an attacker to execute malicious program on remote system by redirecting victims to a malicious website. First update is for Internet explorer which is required on all windows operating systems while [...]

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Microsoft Plans to fix 57 security bug

Microsoft has issued an advanced notification to fix several security vulnerabilities in windows operating system, Internet explorer web-browser, Office and the .NET framework. The Security bulletins for this month patch Tuesday are intended to eliminate 57 vulnerabilities in Microsoft products. Five of the twelve critical bulletins fix vulnerabilities that could allow an attacker to remotely [...]

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