Microsoft will be rolling out one "critical" and six "important" bulletins for October's security update, planned for Tuesday.
Microsoft's messaging confab takes its message of cloud, compliance and security to its customers directly.
Microsoft plans to release a "Fix it" on Friday for IE zero-day flaw that surfaced this week.
Microsoft's security update for September looks to be a small one, with only two "important" bulletin items scheduled.
Microsoft is warning users of two tools readily available that can be used to steal passwords from wireless networks and VPNs, offers workarounds.
Remote code execution flaws are targeted in the majority of items in Microsoft's monthly Security Update.
Preview bulletin shows five items to be rated "critical."
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Microsoft's May security update includes three bulletin items classified "critical" and four "important."
Microsoft's May Patch Tuesday offering will feature three "critical" and four "important" bulletin items targeting 23 vulnerabilities.
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Version 4 comes with improved detection capabilities, automatic remediation and a streamlined interface.
The Conficker worm should continue to be a top concern in enterprise security -- even though there hasn't been a new variant seen in the wild in over two years -- according to Microsoft.