Microsoft releases 11 software patches to fix 25 vulnerabilities

Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the water… comes another Microsoft bug fixing release. Microsoft has just released 11 patches in its April security update to cover 25 vulnerabilities across a range of operating systems and software packages. Although this is a big release, IT administrators probably will not have all of the included software packages and configurations installed in their environment and therefore will need to install only a subset of the 11 bulletins. But five of the patches are critical, involve remote code execution and affect all major versions of Windows software. They could cause an interruption in services affecting workflow and productivity levels. Can you imagine a world where Microsoft releases some new software and it works perfectly from day 1?

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One Response to “Microsoft releases 11 software patches to fix 25 vulnerabilities”

  1. MarkSpizer says:

    great post as usual!

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