4 critical flaws patched this Patch Tuesday

Posted by   Virus Bulletin on   Jun 13, 2007

Microsoft's June Security Bulletin covers range of vulnerabilities.

Microsoft's latest 'Patch Tuesday' security bulletin, released yesterday, includes fixes for six vulnerabilities, four of which are rated 'critical'.

In the June release two of the fixes plug holes in Vista and earlier versions of the operating system, a third patch fixes a vulnerability in Internet Explorer 7 and its earlier incarnations, and the fourth concerns Windows XP SP 2 as well as Windows XP Professional x64 Edition and Windows XP Professional x64 Edition SP2.

A patch rated 'important' has been released for Visio 2002 and Visio 2003, and another rated 'moderate' has been released for Vista.

Full details of the patches and the flaws they cover can be found in the security bulletin, here.

Posted on 13 June 2007 by Virus Bulletin



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