November 2009 Security Bulletin Webcast

Hello. This is Jerry Bryant letting you know that the questions and answers from our November Security Bulletin webcast have been posted and the video from the webcast is below. We did not get very many questions this month and the ones we did get covered various topics and were not focused in one particular…

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Monthly Security Bulletin Webcast Q&A – November 2009

Hosts:                   Adrian Stone, Senior Security Program Manager Lead                                 Jerry Bryant, Senior Security Program Manager Lead Website:             TechNet/security Chat Topic:         November 2009 Security BulletinDate:                     Wednesday, November 11, 2009   Q: It looks like MS09-063 is only vulnerable to attacks via the local subnet, so is a Vista computer connected via Wi-Fi with the network…

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November 2009 Security Bulletin Release

Summary of Microsoft’s Security Bulletin Release for November 2009 Today, we released six security bulletins addressing a total of 15 vulnerabilities. Four affect Windows and Windows Server and two affect Microsoft Office products (Excel and Word). As we do every month, we have prepared our Risk & Impact and our Deployment Priority guidance to help…

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November 2009 Bulletin Release Advance Notification

Advance Notification for the November 2009 Security Bulletin Release To help customers plan and prioritize for this month’s security updates, we wanted to let you know that we will be releasing 6 bulletins (three critical and three important) addressing 15 vulnerabilities, affecting Windows and Microsoft Office products. Customers should plan a restart for the Windows…

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Update released for MS09-054

Today we released an update 976749 that addresses two issues with MS09-054 that a limited number customers reported to us through our Customer Service and Support (CSS) group.  These two issues can affect the proper display of web pages. For additional details, please refer to Microsoft Knowledge Base article 976749. Security update MS09-054 was released as part…

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October 2009 Security Bulletin Webcast Questions and Answers

Hi everyone. We have posted the questions and answers from the security bulletin webcast we conducted on October 14 at this link. It was clear from all of the questions concerning MS09-062 (the GDI+ update) that there is some confusion on how to apply the update when you have a combination of SQL Server and…

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Monthly Security Bulletin Webcast Q&A – October 2009

Hosts:                 Adrian Stone, Senior Security Program Manager Lead                            Jerry Bryant, Senior Security Program Manager Lead Website:            TechNet/security Chat Topic:        October 2009 Security BulletinDate:                  Wednesday, October 14, 2009   Q: In reference to MS09-053, are all Internet Information Services (IIS) servers affected or only IIS servers running File Transfer Protocol (FTP)? A: This bulletin only affects IIS servers…

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October 2009 Security Bulletin Release

Summary of Microsoft’s Security Bulletin Release for October 2009 This month, we released 13 new bulletins which address 33 vulnerabilities in Windows, Internet Explorer and Microsoft Office. Since we published this information in our advance notification (ANS) last Thursday, we have been asked “is this the most bulletins Microsoft has ever released”? The short answer…

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October 2009 Bulletin Release Advance Notification

Advance Notification for the October 2009 Security Bulletin Release For October we are releasing 13 bulletins (eight critical and five important), addressing 34 vulnerabilities, affecting Windows, Internet Explorer, Office, Silverlight, Forefront, Developer Tools, and SQL Server. Most of these updates require a restart so please factor that into your deployment planning. Among the updates this…

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September 2009 Security Bulletin Webcast Video and Customer Q and A

In the September 2009 security bulletin webcast, it was clear that customers had a lot of concerns about MS09-048 as almost half the questions we answered were on that topic. The questions and answers from the session are now posted here on the blog. As we mentioned in the webcast, The MS09-048 bulletin has been…

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