Microsoft releases Security Advisory 2963983

Today, we released Security Advisory 2963983 regarding an issue that impacts Internet Explorer. At this time, we are only aware of limited, targeted attacks. This issue allows remote code execution if users visit a malicious website with an affected browser. This would typically occur by an attacker convincing someone to click a link in an…


ActiveX Control issue being addressed in Update Tuesday

Late last Friday, November 8, 2013, a vulnerability, CVE-2013-3918, affecting an Internet Explorer ActiveX Control was publically disclosed. We have confirmed that this vulnerability is an issue already scheduled to be addressed in “Bulletin 3”, which will be released as MS13-090, as listed in the November Advanced Notification Service (ANS). The security update will be…

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Microsoft Releases Security Advisory 2794220

Today, we released Security Advisory 2794220 regarding an issue that impacts Internet Explorer 6, 7, and 8. We are only aware of a very small number of targeted attacks at this time. This issue allows remote code execution if users browse to a malicious website with an affected browser. This would typically occur by an…

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Microsoft Releases Security Advisory 2458511

Hi everyone, Today we released Security Advisory 2458511 to address a new vulnerability that could impact Internet Explorer users if they visit a website hosting malicious code. As of now, the impact of this vulnerability is extremely limited and we are not aware of any affected customers. The exploit code was discovered on a single…

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Security Advisory 2286198 Updated

We’ve just updated Microsoft Security Advisory 2286198 to let customers know that we now have an automated “Fix It” available to implement the workaround we first outlined in our original posting on Friday, July 16, 2010. More information is available in the KB article 2286198, but in summary running the “Fix It” can help prevent…

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July 2010 Security Bulletin Release

Hi everyone. As part of our usual monthly update cycle, today Microsoft is releasing four security bulletins to address five vulnerabilities in Windows and Microsoft Office. MS10-042 resolves a publicly disclosed and actively exploited vulnerability discussed in Security Advisory 2219475. The update addresses an issue in the Windows Help and Support Center feature included in…

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Security Advisory 2219475 Released

Hello – We have released Security Advisory 2219475, addressing the vulnerability in the Windows Help and Support Center function in Windows XP and Windows Server 2003. We are not aware of any active attacks at this time. Customers running Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 are not vulnerable to…

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March Out-of-Band Security Bulletin Webcast

Hi everyone, Last week Adrian Stone and I conducted a webcast to cover the Internet Explorer out-of-band security bulletin release. We only spent a short period of timing on the presentation and then spent the rest of the time answering customer questions which you can read here. There were some interesting questions and hopefully those…

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Out-of-Band Security Bulletin Webcast Q&A – March 30, 2010

Hosts:                          Adrian Stone, Senior Security Program Manager Lead                                     Jerry Bryant, Group Manager, Response Communications Website:                     TechNet/security Chat Topic:                 March 2010 Out-of-Band Security BulletinDate:                           Tuesday, March 30, 2010     Q: CVE-2010-0483, like CVE-2010-0806, is a remote code executable vulnerability with an exploit code that has been published and publicly available since March 1, 2010….

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Security Bulletin MS10-018 Released

Hi everyone, Today we released MS10-018 out-of-band due to increases in attacks against Internet Explorer 6 and Internet Explorer 7 using the vulnerability discussed in Security Advisory 981374. I want to reiterate that Internet Explorer 8 is not affected by this issue so customers using this version are not affected by these attacks and we…

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