Posts Tagged ‘security patches’

Error in the update

Error in the update

In view of the error, the company deactivated bulletin MS13-036.

Microsoft has found that after installing the update 2823324, entered into Bulletin MS13-036, which addresses a number of vulnerabilities, the system did not boot after a reboot and some applications do not run.

In addition, after downloading the update 2823324 installed on computers Kaspersky Anti-Virus Kaspersky Anti-Virus for Windows Workstations and Kaspersky Anti-Virus for Windows Servers 6.0.4.1424 and 6.0.4.1611 also receive an error message, which states that the user to the software license is invalid . As a result, some components of the anti-virus to stop functioning. (more…)

Security Patches

Security Patches

Adobe and Microsoft on Tuesday released monthly updates for its software, eliminating  a number of critical vulnerabilities and bugs in the code for the their popular products.

Adobe Systems eliminated vulnerabilities in their three popular sets – Coldfusion, Flash and Shockwave. For Flash update is available for operating systems Windows, Mac OS X and Linux, mobile version of the updated player was also released for the operating system Android. According to Adobe, update fixes vulnerabilities in the four points of the product. (more…)

Microsoft Security Bulletin

Microsoft Security Bulletin

Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for April 2013

In March 2013, Microsoft released seven security bulletins that fixed 20 vulnerabilities.

In April 2013, Microsoft released nine security bulletins that were fixed three vulnerability high level and 11 low level risk vulnerabilities. (more…)

Oracle LogoThe company posted a pre-release future updates that will affect “hundreds of its products.”

Oracle has announced the development of the next service pack and hotfixes (Critical Patch Update, CPU), which is scheduled for October 16 this year.

According to the company, the package will be removed 109 patches critical vulnerabilities found in some products.

Note that in the preparation of the update in August of this year, almost all of the efforts of Oracle were thrown at addressing a zero-day vulnerability found in the components of Java. Thus, a number of gaps remain unresolved in other products of the developer. (more…)