Security Bulletins for the Regular IT Guy – Episode 17 – 6/8/2010

Over pints Pierre Roman, Bruce Cowper and Rick Claus decided they would put together a concise and timely podcast each “Update Tuesday”. The object is to keep it simple by letting you know in plain non technical language what the updates are, what they resolve and why you should care.

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In Depth Webcast on this bulletin will take place: Wednesday, June 9th - 11:00 a.m. PST (UTC -8). (Registration link):

Bulletins discussed for June 8th, 2010:

Podcast Participants: Rick Claus and guest host Sean Kearney

Additional Technical Show Notes:

  • Recorded in Jackson Square, in front of the Louisiana State Museum, New Orleans during TechEd 2010.
  • Please excuse the icing sugar from the beignes.

PodSafe music from PodSafe Music Network @ Artist: Derek K Miller, song - “You’re the Big Sky - rock guitar instrumental”

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Comments (1)

  1. Edward_b says:

    Maybe an odd question but why are IE8 updates [if you manually download the files] for Win XP, Server 2003, Server 2008 and Vista have the "IE8-" prefix but Windows 7/Server 2008 R2 don’t.


    The only thing I can think of is that there are no other IE versions for Windows 7/Server 2008 R2 until IE9 comes out. Right? Wrong? Partially right? Partially wrong? 🙂

    I noticed that Vista/Server 2008, which came with IE7 doesn’t have the "IE7-" prefix for them but do for Win XP and Server 2003. Still looks odd.

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