Security Advisory 3010060 released

Today, we released Security Advisory 3010060 to provide additional protections regarding limited, targeted attacks directed at Microsoft Windows customers. A cyberattacker could cause remote code execution if someone is tricked into opening a maliciously-crafted PowerPoint document that contains an infected Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) file. As part of this Security Advisory, we have included an easy,… Read more

Microsoft Releases Security Advisory 2953095

Today we released Security Advisory 2953095 to notify customers of a vulnerability in Microsoft Word. At this time, we are aware of limited, targeted attacks directed at Microsoft Word 2010. An attacker could cause remote code execution if someone was convinced to open a specially crafted Rich Text Format (RTF) file or a specially crafted… Read more

Troubleshooting and data gathering for WSUS

I was working with the Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) support team a few months back looking for a way that we could help reduce the amount of time it takes to resolve a case as well as reduce the number of incidents we get, and one of the things that was suggested at the… Read more

A quick fix for Windows Update client issues

Many times here in the WSUS product support group we get calls that boil down to some sort of issue with the client.  Maybe a DLL is no longer registered for some reason, or maybe the proxy isn’t configured, who knows.  Well what if I told you there was an easy way to repair almost… Read more