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Microsoft Fixes 47 Flaws, Pulls Problematic Stability Fix for Outlook 2013 (September 10 & 11, 2013)


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Microsoft Fixes 47 Flaws, Pulls Problematic Stability Fix for Outlook 2013 (September 10 & 11, 2013)

 

On Tuesday, September 10, Microsoft issued 13 security bulletins to patch a total of 47 vulnerabilities. The updates address security flaws in Windows, Office, Internet Explorer and SharePoint Server. Four of the bulletins are rated critical; the rest are rated important. Microsoft has pulled a non-security, stability and performance update for Outlook 2013 following reports that it blanked the folder pane.

 

Internet Storm Center:

[Editor's Note (Pescatore): This week had one of the vulnerability-est Vulnerability Tuesdays in a long time, with all the Windows, Adobe and Oracle patches hitting on the same day, with lots of remote execution vulnerabilities that are high priority to patch and some active attacks already out. Since many are finalizing 2014 budgets, make sure you will have capacity next year to deal with both the patching and shielding servers that can't be patched quickly at this rate. ]

 

SANS ISC

 

/Steve

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