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Microsoft Security Updates for June, 2017


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#1 OFFLINE   Corrine

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Posted 13 June 2017 - 02:09 PM

The June Microsoft updates address vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office and Microsoft Office Services and Web Apps, Silverlight, Skype for Business and Lync and Adobe Flash Player for Windows 8.1 and above.  Addressed in the updates are Remote Code Execution and Elevation of Privilege.  

Bulletin Summary:  https://portal.msrc....db-000d3a32fc99

Known Issues:

4022717 https://support.micr...om/help/4022717
4022726 https://support.micr...om/help/4022726
4022715 https://support.micr...om/help/4022715

For more information about the updates released today, see https://portal.msrc....uidance/summary.  Information about the update for Windows 10 is available at Windows 10 Update history. To have a better understanding about the updates released today, see the Zero Day Initiative — The June 2017 Security Update Review by Dustin Childs.
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Posted 13 June 2017 - 07:17 PM

Also note the MSRC Blog post, June 2017 security update release – MSRC which includes resources with guidance for getting the updates for Windows Windows XP and Windows Vista and more.
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#3 OFFLINE   V.T. Eric Layton

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Posted 14 June 2017 - 11:04 AM

I saw a tech article just today about MS releasing security updates for older OSes. It's a good thing. I guess they've realized that a lot of computers in the world still run 7, XP, and even 98SE. These updates, if installed by the users, will assist in slowing down the onslaught of cyber-security issues currently running rampant around the I-net.




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