Security Bulletin July 2010 addressing Five exploits of Windows and Microsoft Office

Microsoft announced the advance security notification for July, scheduled for July 13. This release includes four bulletins addressing five vulnerabilities:Two bulletins affect Windows; of those, one carries a Critical severity rating and one is rated Important. Two bulletins, both with a severity rating of Critical, affect Microsoft Office. "We're closing Security Advisory 2028859 (Vulnerability in […]

Microsoft announced the advance security notification for July, scheduled for July 13. This release includes four bulletins addressing five vulnerabilities:

Two bulletins affect Windows; of those, one carries a Critical severity rating and one is rated Important.
Two bulletins, both with a severity rating of Critical, affect Microsoft Office.

"We're closing Security Advisory 2028859 (Vulnerability in Canonical Display Driver Could Allow Remote Code Execution) in July bulletins. Also, closing Security Advisory 2219475 (Vulnerability in Windows Help and Support Center Could Allow Remote Code Execution) with a comprehensive update that addresses the issue currently under attack."

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