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Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Oh No! It's Microsoft Patch Tuesday!

Yep, it's that time of the month again. Microsoft has released TWELVE new security bulletins today and has re-released one prior security patch. Here are the details:

MS06-021: Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer (916281) Severity: Critical

MS06-022: Vulnerability in ART Image Rendering Could Allow Remote Code Execution (918439) Severity: Critical

MS06-023: Vulnerability in Microsoft JScript Could Allow Remote Code Execution (917344) Severity: Critical

MS06-024: Vulnerability in Windows Media Player Could Allow Remote Code Execution (917734) Severity: Critical

MS06-025: Vulnerability in Routing and Remote Access Could Allow Remote Code Execution (911280) Severity: Critical

MS06-026: Vulnerability in Graphics Rendering Engine Could Allow Remote Code Execution (918547) Severity: Critical

MS06-027: Vulnerability in Microsoft Word Could Allow Remote Code Execution (917336) Severity: Critical

MS06-028: Vulnerability in Microsoft PowerPoint Could Allow Remote Code Execution (916768) Severity: Critical

MS06-029: Vulnerability in Microsoft Exchange Server Running Outlook Web Access Could Allow Script Injection (912442) Severity: Critical

MS06-030: Vulnerability in Server Message Block Could Allow Elevation of Privilege (914389) Severity: Important

MS06-031: Vulnerability in RPC Mutual Authentication Could Allow Spoofing (917736) Severity: Moderate

MS06-032: Vulnerability in TCP/IP Could Allow Remote Code Execution (917953) Severity: Important

Re-Release:
MS06-011: Permissive Windows Services DACLs Could Allow Elevation of Privilege (914798)



2 Comments:

  • The deployment and testing procedures this month are going to be a real nightmare.

    If you are caught in the same situation as me, you may want to read a product review that I did a few months ago about a great patch management solution named HFNetChkPro. This product is saving me 10's of hours of work monthly.

    By Blogger Kiltak, at 3:05 PM  

  • A nightmare? Why? I always thought that the procedure was pretty straightfoward. Enable Automatic Update, and that's it, you're done..

    By Anonymous Michael Smith, at 10:26 PM  

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