Microsoft to patch "25 vulnerabilities in Windows, Office, and Exchange"

Microsoft informs that on next Tuesday “we’ll release 11 bulletins addressing 25 vulnerabilities in Windows, Microsoft Office, and Microsoft Exchange. We recommend that customers review the ANS summary page and prepare to test and deploy the bulletins as quickly as possible. I also want to point out to customers that we’ll be closing following open […]

Microsoft informs that on next Tuesday “we’ll release 11 bulletins addressing 25 vulnerabilities in Windows, Microsoft Office, and Microsoft Exchange. We recommend that customers review the ANS summary page and prepare to test and deploy the bulletins as quickly as possible. I also want to point out to customers that we’ll be closing following open Security Advisories with next week’s updates: ·Microsoft Security Advisory (981169) - Vulnerability in VBScript Could Allow Remote Code Execution ·Microsoft Security Advisory (977544) - Vulnerability in SMB Could Allow Denial of Service,” states MSRC. Also, following products/service packs will no longer receive security updates after the respective dates: “XP SP2 will no longer be supported after July 13, 2010; Extended support for Windows 2000 will also be retired as of July 13, 2010; Windows Vista RTM will no longer be supported after April 13, 2010 bulletin release. SP1 will still be supported until July 12, 2011.”

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