Friday, April 5, 2013

In April, Microsoft will eliminate two critical vulnerabilities

At Tuesday, April 9, Microsoft will release a security update planned for their products. This month we will face two critical bulletin that will eliminate vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer and Windows.

The first of these will eliminate the vulnerability in Internet Explorer for Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 Server Operating Systems Microsoft. The second bulletin describes a vulnerability that applies to all desktop versions of Windows, except Windows 8.

Experts said the corporation, these vulnerabilities could be used by attackers to remotely execute arbitrary code on the target system.

According to Security Bulletin Advance Notification for April 2013, Microsoft will release a total of nine papers, 7 of which describe vulnerabilities that represent "high" risk. The result of these breaches may be privilege escalation, denial of service and data leakage.


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