All the stories tagged with patch tuesday
05/14/2013, Microsoft has finally introduced a permanent fix to the IE8 zero day exploit. Huzzah!
05/05/2011, The dangers of your computer or device getting hacked is more real each and every single day, no doubt about it. Sony has had its hands full that’s for sure, and Microsoft wants to do everything within their power so [...]
04/07/2011, Records are there and they are meant to be broken, right? That seems to be the case, whether good or bad, and Microsoft has mentioned that they will patch a whopping 64 vulnerabilities in Windows, Office, Internet Explorer, Windows graphics [...]
12/15/2010, Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday has hit a new record – they released a grand total of 17 bulletins this Tuesday, addressing up to 40 software security vulnerabilities in total collectively, making it the largest ever Patch Tuesday update. Out of the [...]
08/03/2010, Microsoft did roll out its emergency patch against the Windows shortcut link, which is also known as the Windows Shell vulnerability. It seems that all “supported” editions of Windows received the patch, where among them would include Windows XP, Windows [...]
01/20/2010, Microsoft has gone out of its way to roll out an out-of-band patch – one that defies normal convention by not adhering to the usual Patch Tuesday release cycle in order to address the Internet Explorer flaw which was the [...]