Patch Tuesday has been and gone, which means that if you’re responsible for the security of the computers in your office – or the ones you use at home – it’s time to update your systems once again.
Be sure to keep your eyes open for when the patches become available – and roll them out across your computers as soon as possible. If you don’t, you run the risk of malicious hackers turning their attention to your network next.
Microsoft can’t afford to keep messing up like this.
The risk is that millions of users around the world will begin to question Microsoft’s ability to properly patch security vulnerabilities, and lose trust in the firm.
Microsoft told us that they would have 14 security bulletins ready for Patch Tuesday.
But only 13 have appeared…
On Tuesday, Microsoft will be releasing its latest bundle of essential security patches – protecting against exploitable vulnerabilities in various versions of Windows, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Office, Internet Explorer, Sharepoint and Frontpage.
Don’t delay – patch your systems now…
Or risk falling victim to cybercriminals taking advantage of newly uncovered security flaws.
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Flaws in the way Windows handles TrueType font files and a zero-day flaw found by Google researcher Tavis Ormandy are addressed in Microsoft’s latest Patch Tuesday.
Make sure your computer is properly protected as soon as possible.
Microsoft says it will be issuing seven security updates, including six that the firm classifies as “critical”, on Tuesday 8 July.
Make sure your computer is patched promptly, or risk having it attacked by cybercriminals.
Windows and Microsoft Office are in the firing line.
But will Google engineer Tavis Ormandy’s latest security hole also be fixed?
Critical security fixes have been issued for Adobe and Microsoft software – including protection against zero-day flaws in Internet Explorer.
Make sure you protect your systems as soon as possible.
Patch Tuesday approaches, and it looks like Microsoft will be fixing a zero-day flaw in Internet Explorer that criminals have been exploiting.
Microsoft has advised all users of Windows 7 who installed a security update to uninstall it, after some customers found their computers would not restart or applications would not load.
Patch Tuesday is approaching, and for users of Microsoft’s software it’s going to be a monster.
Make sure that you patch Internet Explorer as soon as possible.
For the first time, owners of new Microsoft Surface tablets will be applying security patches to their systems next week.