Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC) posted details about the July 2012 security updates on Tuesday, July 10 at approximately 10 AM Pacific Time Microsoft will release 9 bulletins.
The nine bulletins will be addressing 16 vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office, Internet Explorer, and Visual Basic for Applications.
Three of these bulletins are rated Critical, while the other six are rendered only Important.
The first bulletin would resolve vulnerabilities that affect Microsoft Windows, the software giant explains.
The second resolve security issues in Windows and Internet Explorer and appears to be the most important of the nine. The third bulletin also rated Critical, addresses a security hole of the patched vulnerability could have resulted in Remote Code Execution.
Two of the remaining six bulletins patch issues that might have resulted in Remote Code Execution as well, one affecting Microsoft Office and Microsoft Developer Tools, and the other found in Windows.
Three of the six Important bulletins resolve vulnerabilities that could have resulted in Elevation of Privilege and which affect Windows, Office, and Microsoft Server Software.
You can find more information the Bulletin page.