Microsoft patches critical hole in Windows, Windows Server and Microsoft Office products

Microsoft released six security bulletins addressing a total of 15 vulnerabilities. Four affect Windows and Windows Server and two affect Microsoft Office products (Excel and Word), including a critical patch for holes in the Windows kernel and other Windows and Office components that could allow an attacker to take control of a computer. The critical […]

Microsoft released six security bulletins addressing a total of 15 vulnerabilities. Four affect Windows and Windows Server and two affect Microsoft Office products (Excel and Word), including a critical patch for holes in the Windows kernel and other Windows and Office components that could allow an attacker to take control of a computer. The critical bulletin affecting the Kernel-Mode Drivers was publicly disclosed and could be used to create a Web page with malware designed to exploit the hole on systems that visit the page, Microsoft said. To better demonstrate affected products and important aspects of MS09-065, included a more detailed overview slide (below #2).
  
Adrian Stone and Jerry Bryant from MSRC and give a brief overview of MS09-063, MS09-064 and MS09-065 bulletin release in video below, more info here: