Microsoft Corp. has issued 50 security fixes covering vulnerabilities in Windows, Internet Explorer, Flash for IE, Edge, Office, SharePoint and ChakraCore as part of its monthly “Patch Tuesday” release, with two critical Outlook flaws leading the pack. The Outlook vulnerabilities (CVE-2018-0852) patched in the release allowed an attacker to execute malicious code remotely and worse still, should […]
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As part of this month’s Patch Tuesday schedule, Microsoft plans to ship a dozen bulletins with fixes for 22 vulnerabilities in Windows, Microsoft Office and the Internet Explorer browser.
Microsoft released two eagerly awaited updates for Internet Explorer today, both addressing serious security issues. One covers a zero-day flaw in IE9 and earlier versions, the second updates Flash in Windows 8.
If you thought using Windows 10 kept you safe from Internet Explorer's seemingly endless array of bugs, you were wrong On Tuesday, Microsoft issued a patch for a number of critical Internet Explorer security flaws, which affect ever...
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