Saturday, February 9, 2013

Microsoft will eliminate 57 vulnerabilities In February

Vulnerabilities that the company intends to fix, are contained in the operating system Windows, web-browser, Internet Explorer, Office and server solutions Microsoft, as well as in . NET framework.

In the security bulletin, which will be released on February 12 of this year, Microsoft will eliminate 57 vulnerabilities in its products.

Five of the twelve critical bulletins fix vulnerabilities that could allow an attacker to remotely execute arbitrary code on vulnerable systems.

One of the bulletins for vulnerabilities in Windows XP, 2003 and Vista, two - critical flaws in IE, and one more - includes updates for Microsoft Exchange, which uses a vulnerable Outside In library from Oracle. The next bulletin applies only to the operating system Windows XP.

The remaining seven notifications from Microsoft valued as important, and the vulnerabilities that they fix, basically can escalate privileges on the target system, except for the gap in Sharepoint, which allows for the injection of code.

Microsoft Notify can be found here

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