Latest Patch Tuesday update released

Posted by   Virus Bulletin on   Apr 9, 2008

Microsoft announces five 'critical' vulnerabilities need fixing.

Microsoft has issued its monthly 'Patch Tuesday' security bulletin, with five 'critical' and three 'important' patches made available.

The more serious flaws are vulnerabilities in MS Project and the scripting engines for VBScript and JScript, problems with ActiveX and GDI, and the usual cumulative update fixing a string of issues with Internet Explorer. The lesser dangers patched affect Visio, the DNS client and the Windows kernel itself.

Full details of the updates can be found in the security bulletin here.

Posted on 9 April 2008 by Virus Bulletin



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