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Microsoft has had to recall an update released yesterday for Exchange Server 2013. Nothing catastrophic, but a difficult balancing act for admins considering the fixed vulnerabilities were publicly disclosed.
Patch Tuesday for August 2013 includes three critical fixes and five important ones. The focus for this month is certainly the Internet Explorer cumulative patch which fixes 11 vulnerabilities and all versions, including 11 beta.
It's that time of the month again, with Microsoft Patch Tuesday just 24 hours away.
Paul Ducklin presents this month's eight bulletins in seven handy bullet points...
So far, so good with the new program, says Microsoft security expert Katie Moussouris. They're getting more bugs earlier and hearing from researchers who've never rung them before.
Microsoft fixed 34 vulnerabilities in products ranging from Windows, Internet Explorer and .NET to Lync, Visual Studio and Silverlight. Not to be left behind, Adobe launched fixes for Flash, Shockwave and Cold Fusion. Settle into your air-conditioned server rooms and start testing!
Six out of Microsoft's seven pre-announced Patch Tuesday updates are deemed critical.
Even Server Core 2012 will need patching and rebooting...
If you're good at finding exploits and know your way around a whitepaper, you could be looking at a $150,000 bonus.
Last week, Microsoft took aim at more than 1,400 Citadel botnets by sinkholing their command and control infrastructure.
What was the actual effect of this takedown? SophosLabs takes a look...
Right on time, Microsoft and Adobe released fixes today for Windows, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office 2003 and 2011 and Adobe Flash Player. Time to dance that familiar dance and get those updates installed.
Patch Tuesday is coming on 11 June 2013.
Paul Ducklin gives you a quick preview of what we know so far, and who'll be affected by the updates...
(Mac users, that might include you.)
Are you an IT administrator still caring for Windows XP computers that are running Internet Explorer?
Google's latest announcement brings another good reason to upgrade your systems or switch to an alternative browser.
You may have heard of certificate pinning. Microsoft is looking at applying the technology to signed software.
Have a listen as Patrick Gray, host of the renowned Risky Business security podcast, discusses the issue with Naked Security's Paul Ducklin.