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Patch Tuesday heads-up: 8 bulletins, 5 critical
Microsoft plans to ship 8 security bulletins next Tuesday (April 14, 2009) to fix remote code execution and denial of service vulnerabilities affecting Windows, Office and Internet Explorer.
According to the company’s Patch Tuesday advance notice, five of the bulletins will be rated “critical,” meaning they can be exploited by hackers to take complete control of Windows machines.
Patch Tuesday heads-up: 8 bulletins, 5 critical | Zero Day | ZDNet.com
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