Microsoft’s monthly Patch Day went live earlier today. As expected they released four security bulletins, fixing flaws in Windows, Internet Explorer (IE), and Office. Microsoft rates two of the bulletins as critical, one that fixes Word vulnerabilities (including a zero day one I warned about earlier) and another that fixes IE flaws.
If you use the affected Microsoft products, you should apply these patches as soon as you can. I’d apply the updates in the order Microsoft recommends; the Word update first, the IE one second, and the Windows and Publisher updates last.
In any case, I’ll share more details about today’s Patch Day bulletins on the blog throughout the day. However, I am currently traveling in Asia, so my blog posts may be late due to timezone issues and travel. So I recommend you check out the April bulletin summary in the meantime, if you’d like an early peek. Also, keep in mind that Adobe released a Flash update today as well. — Corey Nachreiner, CISSP (@SecAdept).
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