This month really is an omnibus update: all platforms are affected, from XP to 8.1 and from Server 2003 to 2012, including stripped-down Server Core installs.
It looks as though the NDPROXY.SYS kernel bug in XP might be fixed, but, then again, it might not...
Firefox just pushed out a minor browser update, bumping its version number from 25.0 to 25.0.1.
Paul Ducklin saw Mozilla's advice that this was "a security and stability update", and went looking for the security fixes...
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In "The End of XP", Duck and Chet investigate the what, the why and the how of dealing with the impending end of support for Windows XP in 2014.
Potential remote code execution bugs in OpenSSH, probably the most widely-used remote access security system on the internet, are the stuff of nightmares for system administrators.
Paul Ducklin takes a look at the bug and the patch...
Apple's OS X 10.9, better known as Mavericks, is officially out.
The burning question for OS X fans everywhere, of course, is, "Should I or shouldn't I?"
Google has pledged to continue supporting its Chrome browser on Windows XP until at least April 2015, a full year after Microsoft officially ends support for the legacy platform in April 2014. But could its decision end up dissuading people from moving away from XP in a prompt and timely manner?
This month's Patch Tuesday will be the tenth anniversary of Microsoft's regular security bulletins.
Paul Ducklin takes you through what's in store...
Apple has quickly fixed two lockscreen bugs that it introduced with iOS 7.
Well done, Cupertino!
(To all hardcore Apple fans reading this: that's not irony. I really mean it.)
Friday the Thirteenth turned into Patch Horror Day for Microsoft.
Redmond release engineers waited to see if they had solved the problems that required eight out of 13 security patches to be reissued...
Officially, it's a point release of OS X Mountain Lion.
But with twice as many security fixes listed as regular bug fixes and improvements, Paul Ducklin is happy calling it a "security update" instead...
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Six months ago, we wrote about a risky bug in the sudo command, the Unix equivalent of Run As... on Windows.
The vulnerability is still unpatched on OS X, and now there's a Metasploit exploit pack to take advantage of the hole.
Q. Why not use a password manager that can generate hard-to-guess passwords for you, and secure them with one super-password?
A. But what if the password manager gets breached?
How does a bug in Android put your Bitcoins at risk? Why did the City of London bin its bins? What was Unpatch Wednesday? What to do with a 3D printer after you've made your own gun?
Find out in 60 seconds!
Note to Firefox fans: 23.0 is out.
Paul Ducklin, a Firefox fan himself, looks at the many new fixes, one handy new security feature and a nagging frustration in the update...
Cynics speculated that recent "extended maintenance" on Apple's Developer Center was really shorthand for "we got owned."
Apple has finally come out and admitted it...
Six out of Microsoft's seven pre-announced Patch Tuesday updates are deemed critical.
Even Server Core 2012 will need patching and rebooting...
As usual, there's a handy mixture of important-sounding security fixes and some interesting new features.
No yet-known vices, so why not ensure you've got the update right away?
As promised last week, Oracle shipped a Critical Patch Update for Java on Tuesday 18 June 2013.
Apple, which offers its own builds of Java, updated at the same time.
Paul Ducklin takes a look...