A dozen patches on the way from Microsoft
Microsoft on Tuesday plans to release a dozen security bulletins, including a “critical” one for its own anti-spyware and other security products.
The bulletins, part of its monthly patch cycle, will provide fixes for an undisclosed number of security vulnerabilities, Microsoft said in a note on its website on Thursday.
The software maker plans to offer fixes for Windows, Office, Visual Studio, Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC), and several of its security products, including its Windows Live OneCare package of antivirus, firewall and PC health tools and its Windows Defender anti-spyware.
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