We have a big Patch Tuesday this month. Microsoft started by releasing 8 updates and slipped in a later 9th later in the week last week. That is just the beginning. As of this morning we have updates from Opera, Picasa, Adobe Acrobat, Reader, Flash 13 and 14, and AIR, with likely appearances by Chrome (high likelihood) and a possible FireFox (have had a beta out for some time and likely to release soon). A couple of things to look out for. There is a Critical IE, which is likely the continuation of resolving a large number of memory corruption issues starting with the June IE resolving around 60 vulnerabilities and continuing in July resolving about half that many. There is a SQL patch this month which will need some attention in testing and there is also a .Net patch resolving a Security Feature Bypass.
- 2 bulletins are rated as Critical.
- 7 bulletins are rated as Important.
- 3 bulletins address vulnerabilities that could allow Remote Code Execution.
- 4 bulletins address vulnerabilities that could allow Elevation of Privileges.
- 2 bulletins address vulnerabilities that could lead to Security Feature Bypass.
- All supported Windows operating systems
- All supported Internet Explorer versions
- Microsoft SQL Server
- .Net Framework
Join us as we review the Microsoft and third-party releases for August Patch Tuesday in our next monthly Patch Tuesday webcast, which is scheduled for Wednesday, August 12th at 11 a.m. CDT. We will also discuss other product and patch releases since the July Patch Tuesday.
You can register for the Patch Tuesday webinar here.