Microsoft Plans 4 Security Bulletins for Patch Tuesday
Microsoft officials have four security bulletins planned for September's Patch Tuesday. The security fixes address remote execution vulnerabilities in Windows Media Player, the Windows operating system and other Microsoft products.Microsoft has announced plans to release four security bulletins next week for its September Patch Tuesday to address vulnerabilities across a number of products, including Windows Media Player and Microsoft Office. In an advisory released Sept. 4, Microsoft officials stated they would release fixes for the flaws Sept. 9. All four bulletins are rated "critical," the highest rating Microsoft gives. The patches focus on remote code execution vulnerabilities in Windows Media Player 11, Windows Media Encoder 9, Microsoft Office and numerous components of the Windows operating system.
More information is available in Microsoft's advisory.