Microsoft Updates for half year…

Here are the half or more of the bulletins updates for MS (Sorry for not posting this ones, I forgot).

February MS Bulletins:

This month Microsoft has released 11 security bulletins (from MS08-03 to MS08-013). Six of them are rated as critical and five are Important. We recommend you to update your systems ASAP, as most of the vulnerabilities allow remote code execution.

These bulletins updates the following software: LSASS, DirectShow, Internet Explorer, Macrovision Driver, JScript, VBscript, Office Suite, Media File Formats, Message Queuing Service.

Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for February 2008

April MS Bulletins

Five critical and three important updates have been released (from MS08-018 to MS08-025). It’s time to start updating your system if you haven’t done it yet.

Critical updates affect these components: Microsoft Project, GDI, VBScript and JScript scripting engines, updated ActiveX Kill Bits and Internet Explorer. On the other hand, DNS Client, Windows Kernel and MIcrosoft Visio are patched with important updates.

Most of them allow remote code execution, so don’t forget to update your system asap.
You can find more information about the security bulletins by clicking the following link: MS08-April

Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for April 2008

July MS Bulletins

As always, every 2nd Tuesday of the month Microsoft publishes his security bulletins. This month only 4 have been published and all of them rated as important.

Below you can see a description of the bulletins released in July.

Microsoft Security Bulletin MS08-040

Microsoft Security Bulletin MS08-038

Microsoft Security Bulletin MS08-037

Microsoft Security Bulletin MS08-039

May MS Bulletins

Four new security bulletins have been published (from MS08-026 to MS08-029) as part of the usual launch of Microsoft updates.

We recommend you to update your systems as soon as possible, as according to Microsoft’s classification three of the bulletins are rated as “critical”, while the last one is rated as “moderate”.

MS08-MAY

 

You can find more information about the security bulletins by clicking the following links: 

MS08-026: An update for Microsoft Word which solves two vulnerabilities that could allow remote code execution if a user opens a specially crafted Word file.

MS08-027: An update for Microsoft Publisher which solves a vulnerability that could be exploited in order to execute arbitrary code if a user opens a malicious Publisher file.

MS08-028: An update to solve a remote code execution vulnerability in Microsoft Jet Database Engine.

MS08-029: A security update in order to match two vulnerabilities in the Microsoft Malware Engine, which could allow a remote attacker to cause a denial of service if a specially crafted is scanned.

March MS Bulletins

As usual, every second Tuesday Microsoft published security updates for its products. On 11th March, Microsoft published four updates (from MS08-014 to MS08-017), all of them rated as critical and affecting Microsoft Office suite.

We recommend you to update your systems as soon as possible, as all this flaws could allow remote code execution to be run.

You can find more information about the security bulletins by clicking the following links:

MS08-014: Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Excel Could Allow Remote Code Execution.

MS08-015: Vulnerability in Microsoft Outlook Could Allow Remote Code Execution.

MS08-016: Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office Could Allow Remote Code Execution.

MS08-017: Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office Web Components Could Allow Remote Code Execution.

 

MSBulletin

August MS Bulletins

Eleven new security bulletins have been published (from MS08-041 to MS08-051) as part of the usual launch of Microsoft updates.

We recommend you to update your system as soon as possible, as according to Microsoft’s classification six of the bulletins are rated as “critical”, while the others are rated as “important”.

You can find more information about the security bulletins by clicking the following links:

 

  • MS08-041 – Vulnerability in the ActiveX Control for the Snapshot Viewer for Microsoft Access.
  • MS08-042 – Vulnerability in Microsoft Word.
  • MS08-043 – Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Excel.
  • MS08-044 – Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office Filters.
  • MS08-045 – Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer.
  • MS08-046 – Vulnerability in Microsoft Windows Image Color Management System.
  • MS08-047 – Vulnerability in IPsec Policy Processing.
  • MS08-048 – Security Update for Outlook Express and Windows Mail.
  • MS08-049 – Vulnerabilities in Event System.
  • MS08-050 – Vulnerability in Windows Messenger.
  • MS08-051 – Vulnerabilities in Microsoft PowerPoint.

 

 

 

 

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

w

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: