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Microsoft has revised several security update descriptions and released a summary what has been updates. Here’s an overview, what’s changed so far.
Microsoft has released this night a new Security Advisory Notification – dated January 10, 2018. This notification lists revisions of Security Advisories released or updated recently. Here are the details.
[German]Microsoft has released a couple of security updates for Adobe Flash player, Microsoft Office and .NET Framework. Here is a brief summary about those updates.
[German]Currently there seems to be massive trouble with the ‘Microsoft Update Catalog’. Reaching Microsoft Update Catalog seems to works only at random. Here are some information about the topic. Maybe blog readers can confirm the observations or know a cause … Continue reading
[German]Beside the revised Security Update Advisory, mentioned within the blog post PSA: Microsoft Security Update Releases January 5, 2018, Microsoft released also a 2nd Security Advisory Notification, detailling security revisions related to ‘speculative execution side-channel‘ mitigation.
[German]Microsoft has revised a number of Security Update Releases on January 5, 2018. Here is an overview, what has been revisioned.
[German]It seems that Microsoft has bundled the Keeper password manager app within Windows 10 (Home and Pro). A security researcher found a vulnerability within the Keeper app, that allows web sites to stole passwords.
[German]As part of the December patchday (12/12/2017), Microsoft has also issued a Microsoft Security Advisory Notification. It addresses the security settings for Active Directory Domain Services. And it’s discusses the DDE vulnerability when opening Office documents.
[German]It is well known that Microsoft sometimes uses unorthodox advertising methods (I express it cautiously). The latest attempt to trick iOS users working with Outlook.com (currently only in the USA) left a bitter taste.
[German]Microsoft has released a couple of security updates for Windows, Office etc. on November 14, 2017. Here a short overview about those updates.